As a member of the Asociación de las Empresas Industriales Internacionalizadas (AMEC), Mespack has shown its support of Positive Industry, a manifesto promoted by the organization. Our goal is to contribute to the changes that makes this era safe, transversal, and the most positive as possible for companies, society, and the planet.
At Mespack, we are fully committed to the objectives of AMEC, and seek ways to continuously improve, in order to provide preeminent solutions that allow our customers, FMCG brands, to offer sustainable packaging.
The following text outlines the Positive Industry manifesto:
We stand for a solid and diversified economy, where all sectors maintain a strong and sustainable balance, which includes ecologically produced landscapes, excellent quality food, services that are focused on major objectives, as well as globally referenced industrial and knowledgeable brands.
We want to be part of a system that promotes progressive sectors that recognizes the industry as one of the most powerful agents of social and economic transformation.
We Are Positive Industry
We are Positive Industry for the following reasons: we love what we do; we care for the team that assists us; we are global companies that act locally with the territories and societies with which we share prosperity.
As companies, we not only measure ourselves by the quality of our products, but by our social value contribution as well.
We strive to make our current world increasingly resemble the place in which we want to live.
The five principles of Positive Industry are:
To strategically and proactively react for the good of the ecosystem to which we.
To rapidly and amicably adapt to an evolving environment.
To collaborate with companies, organizations, and society during times when we can contribute to the collective good.
To comprehend that our actions transcend the world: simultaneously think globally and act locally.
To guarantee sustainability as the sole method for the progression of companies, society, and the planet.
In reference to the challenge that the flexible packaging sector is facing during the transition to more sustainable materials, our general manager, Guillem Clofent, explains the following: “Biodegradable compostable plastics are more fragile. The substitute has technologically challenged us, and our response is to modify our machines to operate with more sustainable materials. We are taking steps in the right direction”.