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Fine Hygienic Holding awarded CHEP’s Sustainability Certificate, highlights environmental efforts

by Madaline Dunn

Hygienic products provider Fine Hygienic Holding (FHH) has been awarded CHEP’s Sustainability Certificate, acknowledging the environmental impact of the partnership between the two.

Indeed, the company shared that it has saved 119,284 dm3 of wood resources, and by using CHEP’s pooled pallets instead of white wood pallets, FHH eliminated 722,596 kgs of carbon dioxide emissions.

In addition, waste reduction efforts have resulted in a decrease of 52,402 kgs.

It highlighted its partnership with supply chain solutions provider CHEP as playing a “pivotal role” in helping it achieve these targets.

Emran Al Hadid, Supply Chain Manager UAE and LG at FHH, commented: “We believe that working together with like-minded partners such as CHEP is essential to driving meaningful change in our industry. We certainly see the potential for overall supply chain cost savings with CHEP, but what truly excites us is the opportunity to align with a sustainability-focused company that can actively support us in achieving our environmental objectives.”

Angus Robertson, Country General Manager CHEP Middle East, added: “CHEP is proud to be a long-standing partner to FHH, supporting their sustainability journey and contributing to their impressive results. We firmly believe in the power of collaboration and leveraging our expertise to drive sustainability across supply chains. Our partnership with FHH exemplifies this commitment and sets an example for the entire industry.”

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