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IM and NEG-IT earn platinum recognition from EcoVadis


EcoVadis assesses the ESG performance of companies in four areas: Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement. NEG-ITSolutions, a member of the Circular IT group established by venture capitalist Waterland, has also achieved a platinum rating. The company’s EcoVadis project leader, Albert Dieke, expressed his immense pride in the platinum medal: “This is great recognition for the efforts of our employees and partners”.

John Marler, Director of Global ESG at Ingram Micro, accentuated on this performance stating that “This is an exciting milestone that affirms our commitment to responsible business practices and our ability to take meaningful action that drives strong ESG performance,” and even handed his kudos over to his team’s ESG strategy by saying “I am honored to work with a talented team of employees around the world whose dedication to our ESG strategy and goals has made this recognition possible.”

Albert Dieke added to their contribution upon a greener future in technology, stating that “We are convinced that sustainability and circularity are essential for a future-proof IT sector. We are therefore committed to helping our customers make their IT environment more sustainable.”


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