Chemours recognizes its 2023 responsible supplier awards recipients
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Chemours recognizes its 2023 responsible supplier awards recipients

The winners of the 2023 Chemours’ Responsible Supplier Awards are Nobian, Landstar System, Polimade and Perstorp Holding

  • By ICN Bureau | February 08, 2024

Chemours, a global chemistry company with leading market positions in Titanium Technologies, Thermal & Specialized Solutions, and Advanced Performance Materials, announced the winners of its 2023 Responsible Supplier Awards.

Chemours’ annual Responsible Supplier Award acknowledges the companies that have distinguished themselves by driving quality, innovation, and sustainability improvements across Chemours’ supply chain. Four Responsible Supplier Awards were issued for the 2023 year.

Selected from among more than 9,000 suppliers around the world, the winners of the 2023 Chemours’ Responsible Supplier Awards are: Nobian (Star Supplier category), Landstar System Inc. (Logistics category), Polimade SA DE CV (Indirect Materials category), and Perstorp Holding AB (Direct Materials category).

“Responsible procurement is crucial for the success of our sustainable supply chain initiative. It plays a vital role in guaranteeing our capability to responsibly and consistently produce and deliver products that align with the requirements of our valued customers and communities we operate in,” said Sunil Naik, Chief Procurement Officer at Chemours. “We consider our suppliers as integral partners, and our dedication lies in collaborating with those who embrace responsible practices and contribute value to Chemours, our customers, and our communities. The recipients this year have shown a steadfast commitment to upholding Chemours 's Supplier Code of Conduct and enhancing their corporate sustainability efforts.”


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