DUBLIN (News release) -- Smurfit Kappa announces that it has been named in TIME's 'World's Best Companies' list and Sustainability Magazine's 'Top 100 Companies' list, two global recognitions that underscore the company's unwavering commitment to sustainability, environmental responsibility, and corporate stewardship.
TIME's 'World's Best Companies'
Smurfit Kappa has earned a coveted spot in TIME and market research company Statista's 'World's Best Companies' list, an independent acknowledgment of significant achievements in employee satisfaction, revenue growth, and sustainability. Smurfit Kappa's inclusion is based on strong scores across extensive employee survey results, revenue growth, and data points related to all three dimensions of ESG.
Sustainability Magazine's 'Top 100 Companies'
The Top 100 Sustainable Companies list, compiled annually by Sustainability Magazine, recognises companies that have shown exemplary dedication to sustainable business practices, environmental conservation, and social responsibility. As the only corrugated packaging firm to be listed, this achievement demonstrates how Smurfit Kappa is driving change across the packaging sector and solidifies its reputation as a leader in sustainable business.
Smurfit Kappa's selection for both lists is a testament to its commitment to sustainability and demonstrates how businesses can achieve growth while continuing to drive meaningful change.
Garrett Quinn, Chief Sustainability Officer at Smurfit Kappa, commented: 'We are proud of this dual recognition and to sit amongst global leaders in sustainable business and performance. Sustainability is core to everything we think and do, driving long-term value for all our stakeholders. As a 'World's Best Company', we are committed to doing the right thing for our people, our communities and our environment, through products and processes that make a real difference for our customers and across our entire value chain.'
To ensure meaningful and positive impact, Smurfit Kappa's sustainability commitments are aligned with the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).