Absortech is one of the NORDIC TOP 50 Game Changers in Sustainability
Megadeals Advisory and We Don’t Have Time have published a new report where they appoint the top 50 companies from the Nordic countries that have well-proven innovations that have a significant impact on CO2 emissions and other pollutants. They call them the Sustainability Game Changers.
The climate crisis is an urgent matter and the organizations that published the report know it well. According to them, there is no time to wait for start-ups to develop their projects, instead, it is more effective to scale already existing companies and innovations. Both organizers make a call to invest and support the 50 listed companies as the way to make a better place.
Sustainability is the new decision driver at many companies. End-users demand more sustainable options and companies, and suppliers are beginning to take steps to reduce their carbon footprint and their climate impact.
“Absortech has chosen to be a pioneer in sustainability in the moisture damage prevention sector. Our desiccants and our solutions can help reducing waste caused by moisture damage and reduce the environmental impact of the shipping process. Our customers, the governments, our workers… they demand us to offer sustainable solutions. All companies in 2021 have a commitment to society to be sustainable and help the world reach the CO2 emissions targets. We are happy to be a real Game Changer”, says Rikard Kanmert, CEO Absortech Group.
The report by Megadels Advisory and We Don’t Have Time have included Absortech because of the capacity to reduce waste during container shipping with as little as 50-100 euros per container, with a solution ten times more efficient than other alternatives on the market. Solutions that have already proven to help some market-leading companies to save up to 5 tons of plastic and 15-20 tons of CO2 emissions.
“If Absortech could implement their solution globally, it would reduce CO2 emissions by 15 543 tons per 500 000 containers “, the report states.
Read more about the report here: https://megadeals.com/sustainability/