Sustainability – More fit for the future

January 11, 2018

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Here at Nilorn, we are very aware of sustainability within our industry. Our vision is to aim to create a sustainable, environmentally-friendly future for our business.

We are working towards meeting the needs of people and society without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. As a company, we try to act in their long-term interests, living within the limits of the planet and protecting the environment. The key to this is promoting a strong, healthy, inclusive and fair society where people can prosper and fulfil their potential.

This involves taking a complete view so that the whole design, manufacturing and supply chain is considered. Our definition of environmentally-friendly products addresses recycling, sustainable production and reduction of energy consumption and transport.

We recognise the increased demands regarding environmentally-friendly products. We believe this has to be achieved throughout the complete supply process. We work constantly to find environmentally-friendly alternatives which are commercially viable.


Nilorn has signed the UN Global Compact’s principles of sustainability. The Global Compact is the largest sustainability initiative with more than 12 000 participating companies and organisations in over 170 countries.

Nilorn is committed to the 10 principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption – based on the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the Rio Declaration on environment and development and the UN Convention against Corruption.


‘More fit for the future’ is Nilorn’s first sustainability report, where we record on our work, our progress and the way forward. The bottom line of our approach is that resources, both natural and human, must be used in a sustainable way. A digital copy can be viewed and downloaded on issuu here.

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