Enics Eesti Recognized for Sustainability Efforts


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Enics Eesti AS received a Sustainable Entrepreneurship certificate and silver level quality label in the Estonian Sustainable Business Index. This is the third time that Enics Eesti has been recognized, this time raising the level to silver while being only three points away from reaching the highest level.

The silver level quality label indicates that sustainable action is embedded in the core business of the company; the company is consciously responsible, demonstrates initiative, has a systematical approach and consistency to ensure responsible behavior. In previous years, Enics Eesti has been awarded with the bronze level quality label.

“I am proud that Enics Eesti is continuing on the path of sustainability. We received the highest results in the areas of the outstanding employer and market environment. This means that our activities of increasing employee flexibility, promotion on health and sports among employees, and constantly collaborating with our local community and educational institutions are making the difference. We truly value people and want to be the best place to work,” said Eveli Punnison, HR manager at Enics Eesti.

The quality label is attributed to companies participating in the Estonian Responsible Entrepreneurship Index that place great importance on the company’s sustainable development and who are consistently making diverse efforts to increase the positive impact on the surrounding environment.

About Enics

Enics is the partner of choice for professional electronics in the fields of energy, industrial automation, transportation, building automation and instrumentation. As one of the largest electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers in the world in the Industrial Electronics segment, Enics helps industrial OEMs to optimize their value chains and improve their competitiveness through increased productivity and product reliability as well as decreased time-to-money and total cost of ownership. Enics provides end-to-end EMS services ranging from engineering, full-scale manufacturing and after sales services to sourcing and supply chain management. Enics’ world-class offering includes fast prototyping, new product introduction, cost reduction services, test system development, printed circuit board assembly, box build, system assembly, as well as repair and maintenance.

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