Konica Minolta on int'l sustainability index

Konica Minolta has been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World), one of the most prestigious global indices of ESG investment, for the eighth consecutive year.

The company has also been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index (DJSI Asia Pacific) for 11 consecutive years.

Among all the companies in the Computer and Peripherals and Office Electronics sector, Konica Minolta has been ranked first in the social dimension for the second consecutive year and received the second highest score in total.

 The company’s approach towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) includes  – creating new values based on the concept of “B to B to P for P”, and, developing a corporate

Sun Chemical’s portfolio in tune with its sustainable commitment

Sun Chemical showcased its complete portfolio of solutions for the narrow web label and packaging markets and highlighted its latest product and service innovations at Labelexpo 2019, last month. Through the extensive range on display, Sun Chemical also demonstrated its commitment to sustainability.

At the expo, the company launched SolarVerse, a range of highly pigmented, low viscosity, multipurpose UV flexo base concentrates, designed to be easily dispensed through a standard UV flexo

HP partners with World Wildlife Fund for forest protection, restoration and management

HP, at the World Economic Forum’s Sustainable Development Impact Summit, announced its next steps in creating a forest positive future for printing with longstanding partner and conservation leader World Wildlife Fund (WWF). With the partnership, HP has committed to the restoration, protection and conservation of 2,00,000 acres of forest, an area equal to the size of New York City. As part of the five-year agreement, HP will also support WWF’s efforts in developing science-based targets for

Seven ways to create a green office - Pui-Chi Li, head of marketing, MEA, Xerox

Through Vision 2021, the UAE supports the proliferation of clean energy and “green” growth plans. In 2018, the country was ranked seventh globally for having the highest carbon dioxide emissions. Cities like Dubai are working towards reducing carbon footprint by 2050, especially since the city was titled ‘World’s Most Improbable Green City’ by the National Geographic in 2017. 

At Xerox, we are dedicated to helping governments and organizations to achieve their sustainability goals. Our

‘Making a Material Difference’ by Avery Dennison at Labelexpo 2019

Avery Dennison would be creating their biggest ever trade show presence at Labelexpo from 24 September in Brussels. Under the theme ‘Making a Material Difference’, the Avery Dennison team of experts will  demonstrate a range of newly launched and significant innovations across four key areas of focus, including sustainable materials and intelligent labels.

Avery’s new product innovations include, rPE - the industry’s first-ever facestock made from recycled polyethylene; rPET - a liner with more