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KUALA LUMPUR, April 23 -- Global manufacturer Milliken & Company has released its third annual corporate sustainability report, entitled Together for Tomorrow.
This report, which analyses Milliken’s performance through the lens of its holistic sustainability efforts, highlights its progress towards the 2025 sustainability goals the company set in 2018.
Covering people, product and planet, this report creates increased accountability while inviting new conversations and collaborations as the company works to create a positive impact on the world that will last generations, according to a statement.
“We pivoted production lines, launched new innovations, and rallied our team to improve our sustainability metrics in 10 of 12 strategic categories. Our sustainability initiatives have momentum and are fundamentally changing our business,” said Milliken president and chief executive officer, Halsey Cook.
As a material science expert serving the chemical, flooring, textile and healthcare industries, Milliken associates annually review and report on the company’s progress, and their findings shape this report.
Last year, Milliken made significant progress in its planet, product and people goals, notably: doubling down on an ongoing commitment to advancing diversity, equality, and inclusion in the face of social unrest.
In addition, the company also focuses development and manufacturing process on helping fight COVID-19 by producing medical-grade fabric gowns, face shields and flooring that assists with social distancing efforts.
Completed in alignment with the Global Reporting Initiative framework, Together for Tomorrow is available to the public as a digital experience with downloadable content.