Ricoh Awarded Best Practice Status
Ink cartridge producer Ricoh UK has been recognised by the FTSE4Good Index for the eighth consecutive year.
The company's environmental management approach was awarded the best practice status, it also received an accolade for all of its operations working under an eco-friendly system.
Furthermore, the index objectively measured the company against its criteria in over 23 markets before giving Ricoh the status.
Takashi Nakamura, director and deputy president at Ricoh, said: "Ricoh’s corporate social responsibility strategy runs deep in our company. It is quite simply the way we do business."
He added that the award is an honour, and that it sends out a message to customers and stakeholders that lets them know Ricoh is a trusted and efficient business.
Recently, the ink cartridge maker was named as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute.
It was the third year in a row that the firm was honoured for brining innovative ideas for customers and going beyond the legal minimums to help the public.
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