Committed to reducing our customers' carbon footprint

Our new FUTURE FIT initiative aims to help our customers reduce their CO2 emissions: By 2025, 50% of our quotations will include specific CO2 reduction options.

Our commitments to sustainability

We're committed to tackling climate change and leading the way in sustainable manufacturing: By 2025, 50% of our quotations will include specific CO2 reduction options. 
With this announcement, we aim to transform the environmental impact of the plastics industry. We want to set new standards for sustainable practices in the industry. 

CEO Claus Tønnesen emphasises our responsibility to protect the planet for future generations. He also recognises that the plastics industry has a significant impact on the environment. It's our promise to be part of the global movement towards a sustainable future," says Tønnesen. We take responsibility for creating best practice in the way we work - for everyone's benefit.

Our ambitious FUTURE FIT plan paves the way for a greener future. It includes strategic investments in renewable energy and sustainable materials.  It requires new technologies and manufacturing processes to become future fit, limiting energy consumption, minimising waste and reducing emissions. With FUTURE FIT, we're combining environmental awareness with economic viability.

Our commitment extends beyond our own operations. We're working with customers and suppliers to reduce the environmental impact of our products. We're exploring innovative designs for more recyclable and environmentally friendly alternatives. These will drive meaningful, industry-wide change.

Our approach to reducing our carbon footprint is a milestone in our sustainability efforts. We'll set an example for the industry by challenging the market with innovative and sustainable solutions.

Read more about what FUTURE FIT means for customers, suppliers and employees.

About Primo 

Headquartered in Copenhagen, the Danish group has sales and production activities at 11 locations in Europe and China. The group currently has 980 employees and a turnover of 205 million EUR (per 31.12.2022). The company was founded and owned by the Grunnet family and, since its beginning in 1959, has specialised in designing and producing customer-specific profile solutions in plastic.