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Aptar Named One of the Most Responsible Companies in France by Le Point

Aptar is named one of the Most Responsible Companies in France for 2022 by Le Point and ranks in the top 100 companies for its efforts in the areas of Environment, Social and Governance (ESG).

30 Nov 2021

Crystal Lake, Illinois, November 30, 2021 — AptarGroup, Inc. (NYSE: ATR), a global leader in drug delivery, consumer product dispensing and active material solutions is named one of the Most Responsible Companies in France for 2022 by Le Point. Aptar ranks in the top 100 companies for its efforts in the areas of Environment, Social and Governance (ESG).

Le Point, a renowned French news magazine, joined forces with Statista, to publish a list of companies in France employing more than 500 people and rank their efforts in the areas of Environment, Social and Governance. Companies were awarded an overall score based on data from both public surveys and Statista’s 27 key indicators, which included carbon emissions, safety and the equal pay index. This year gender equality was also at the center of focus.

“We are proud to be named among the Most Responsible Companies in France by Le Point for our commitments to furthering a circular economy, supporting the communities where we live and work and upholding strong corporate governance,” said Stephan B. Tanda, Aptar President and CEO. “We have a technology and science base in France where our roots go back many decades and where today we are one of the largest employers in the Normandy region. The commitments we have made reflect our core values as a company and our passion as a responsible, inclusive, global corporate citizen.”

Aptar is committed to reducing its impact on the planet while creating top quality, sustainable products. The company is working in partnership with several sustainability organizations to serve as a business thought leader and advocate for sustainable products and processes within the packaging industry.

To see the full list of companies recognized and to read the full article, please visit Le Point’s website here.

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