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Antalis customers help plant 5,100 trees and carbon balance 72 tonnes of paper

Antalis has thanked customers for their support by rewarding benefits for customers’ businesses, which also help reach sustainability objectives.

Working in partnership with their customers, Antalis launched their ‘Future Focus’ initiative in September 2020 which was designed to reward customers and support their businesses and environmental goals. The initiative allocated customers with points on all Antalis purchases, and additional points were achieved by carbon offsetting materials.
The winners were named in December last year and Antalis is delighted to announce that as a result of the initiative, winners have chosen to plant over 5,100 UK trees and over £15,000 has been donated to various charities. In addition, 226 boxes of recycled paper have been delivered to customers and over 72 tonnes of paper carbon balanced via Antalis’ partnership with the World Land Trust, as part of Antalis’ carbon balancing scheme.
Bruce Munro, Commercial Director – Papers & Visual Communication at Antalis said; “The Future Focus initiative rewarded our customers as valued partners of Antalis. We are very proud to have been able to work alongside our customers in creating and protecting forests, as well as supporting all their deserving charities with their generous donations. We look forward to innovating, collaborating and further working in partnership with our clients to continue to achieve a successful and sustainable future together.”
www.antalis.com

 

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