Scanfil Joins UN Global Compact Toward Better Sustainability


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In April 2021 Scanfil joined the Ten Principles of the U.N. Global Compact. The company is now among over 13,000 companies worldwide that have affirmed their dedication to respecting human rights, labour rights, environmental quality, and anti-corruption practices.

“Scanfil is highly dedicated to sustainability and responsibility. By joining the UN Global Compact, we continue to affirm our commitment to ethical and responsible business practices in every area of our work', says Jokitalo. “Ensuring and developing the responsibility of operations is vitally important for Scanfil’s success.”

The monitoring and continuous development of corporate responsibility serves the needs of all Scanfil’s stakeholders. Scanfil has defined key factors for its corporate responsibility and divided them into responsible offering, responsibility for partners and the community, social responsibility and responsibility for the environment.

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