“We are extremely proud to be recognized by Newsweek and Statista for the fourth consecutive year. We continue to focus on social responsibility and creating products that improve everyday life while furthering a diverse, equitable and inclusive culture,” said Stephan B. Tanda, Aptar President and CEO. “In addition to our Newsweek recognition in the U.S., Aptar also was recognized for the third time by Le Point magazine as “One of the Most Responsible Companies in France” and we were recognized by the SHERO organization in China with the “Best Companies for Female Executives” award. Our commitment to being a sustainable and responsible corporate citizen, is a global one.”
Aptar actively strives to create new opportunities through product innovation while respecting the planet. As an active member of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBSCD) we are working alongside other leaders to further actions towards a more circular economy. Aptar publishes an annual Sustainability Report and GRI Index to record and highlight its sustainability efforts.
Newsweek, in partnership with Statista – one of the largest statistics database companies worldwide – evaluated America’s Most Responsible Companies based on the 2,000 largest public companies by revenue in the U.S. and publicly available CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) performance data in the environmental, social and corporate governance categories. These KPI’s included their commitment to the Science Based Targets initiative, use of renewable energy and examples of environmentally focused projects. In addition to the quantitative KPI data, results are also based on survey results from 13,000 U.S. citizens regarding their perceptions of the companies related to corporate social responsibility. Newsweek’s full list of America’s Most Responsible Companies 2023 can be found here.