LC Packaging receives EcoVadis Golden CSR rating

LC Packaging’s sustainability efforts have been acknowledged by EcoVadis with a golden CSR rating. With this golden rating, LC Packaging now belongs to the top 5 per cent of organisations worldwide with such a certificate.

EcoVadis especially acknowledges LC Packaging’s structured and proactive CSR approach with policies and tangible actions on major issues. The detailed information regarding the implementation of these policies and the organisation’s significant effort in CSR reporting on their actions and KPI’s also contribute to this golden rating. Read more about the results on

Sustainability Vision rewarded

Lucas Lammers, CEO: “ At LC Packaging, we believe that quality is much more than just the strength of our packaging. It is about the materials we use and the quality of service we provide. Quality also regards the working conditions in which our packaging is produced and reducing our environmental footprint.

This certificate is a reward for the vision and efforts we have shown in the field of CSR worldwide and complements our extensive portfolio of certificates. Since our last evaluation, we have increased our overall score thanks to the implementation of extra initiatives, such as the publication of our sustainability 2022 vision.

About EcoVadis

EcoVadis was founded with the belief that businesses can contribute to improving the current state of our environment. Since 2007, the organisation has become a trusted partner of procurement departments of several multinationals. EcoVadis has a unique CSR assessment methodology and helps companies become more sustainable through the adaption of more sustainable practices. Their methodology is based on Sustainable Development Standards, such as the Global Reporting Initiative, United Nations Global Compact and ISO 26000.

Each year, organsations can apply for evaluation and will be rewarded a rating based on four drivers: Environment, Labour & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement. Based on scores for each of the drivers with an overall score of at least 37/100, the organisation is rewarded a bronze, silver or gold medal.