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  • 15 Oct 2020

Third sustainability award for Armor Asia

Wesley Alves, VP and managing director of Armor Asia receiving the third sustainability award at the Singapore Apex Corporate Sustainability Award gala

The Asian subsidiary of Armor Industrial Coding and Printing has once again been honored with sustainability award at the Singapore Apex Corporate Sustainability Award gala supported by Global Compact Network Singapore.

Recognized for its sustainability efforts in 2017 then 2019, Armor Asia was once again honored at the Singapore Apex Corporate Sustainability Award gala. The event was held virtually on October 1 in the presence of the president of Singapore, Mdm Halimah Yacob.

The awards, considered as one of the most prestigious recognitions in terms of sustainable development in Asia, represent the most prestigious form of recognition for companies in Singapore exceeding in their corporate sustainability efforts. They recognize businesses whose operations or technologies have demonstrated excellence in embodying the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact, in the areas of environment, human rights, labor and anti-corruption.

Distinguished in the Sustainable Business category for SMEs, the Asian subsidiary of Armor has demonstrated the group's ability to implement its corporate social responsibility policy beyond the borders of France.

‘This award means a lot to us. It reflects all the capacity for innovation and creativity that is put to the service of sustainable development challenges and their dissemination to the employees. The results are not only positive, but they are measurable. This recognition crowns the efforts made to meet the high standards of our corporate social responsibility policy,’ said Wesley Alves, VP and managing director of Armor Asia.

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