Plus Pack participates in an ambitious sustainability project that seeks new business opportunities in the SDGs

UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 2030, also called the SDGs, are a global framework to help solve the economic, social and environmental challenges, which we are facing today. The SDGs represent a historical opportunity to set a direction in society towards a global sustainable development.

Plus Pack is one out of 21 Danish companies to participate in Danish Industry’s project “UN Sustainable Development Goals: From Philanthropy to Business”. The project was originally launched in the UN in New York City back in September 2017 with the participation of the Danish Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen.

“We experience that the SDGs are central to our customers’ strategies and therefore the agenda should be central for us. Secondly, we want to develop initiatives and solutions that can add value to the specific subsidiary goals formulated under SDG12”, says Camilla Haustrup Hermansen, Director of Business Development and Marketing.

Watch the video to see why Plus Pack supports the SDGs:


About SDG12: In total, there are 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Plus Pack has identified that its core impact is mainly related to SDG12 – “Responsible production and consumption”.

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