BOAL Group, a company active in supplying builders and growers in high-tech greenhouses, integrated solar solutions, and a specialist in in-house extruded aluminum, has risen to the 33rd position in the Global Top 50 ESG Risk Rating by Morningstar Sustainalytics. This means BOAL Group achieves the status of the highest-ranked Dutch company. BOAL Group also joins the Global Top 1% and is the highest-ranked company in its industry worldwide.
"This recognition for the second year in a row is a testament to our successful and proactive approach in integrating sustainability and responsible entrepreneurship into all aspects of our business operations. Our strong and clear ESG strategy, characterized by challenging but realistic goals, has once again translated into improved ESG performances and this prestigious listing,” says Stefan Eggers, ESG Director at BOAL Group.
Adri Pols, CEO of BOAL Group, shares his enthusiasm: “It is an honor to receive this recognition again, which confirms that we are on the right course with our ESG strategy. Our collective commitment to sustainability, social responsibility, and transparency has a positive impact on our community and contributes to a better future.”
Sustainalytics’ ESG Risk Ratings cover more than 15,000 companies across 42 industries. The 2024 Top Ratings can be viewed here.
Positive impact on the entire supply chain: from aluminum to high-tech greenhouse
The impact of this strategy extends beyond BOAL’s business processes. As Eggers emphasizes, “This rating impacts the entire supply chain. Our suppliers, customers and partners therefor play a crucial role. So with our products and services, our customers can make a positive impact on their end products and operations, from reducing the CO2 footprint to strengthening biodiversity in their environment. In the end, everyone benefits, including the end consumer.”
“The importance of this ESG score is underscored by the way it guides investment decisions, not just for our company but also for our suppliers, customers, investors, and other stakeholders.”
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