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Stibo Complete scores well in EcoVadis rating

The environment, sustainable production and good conditions for our employees are just some of the areas we focus on and constantly work to optimise. That is why – at the request of our client Grundfos – we had no hesitation in having ourselves assessed by the CSR assessment agency EcoVadis.

Stibo Complete awarded a bronze medal

“We are delighted to have received a bronze medal from EcoVadis. This means that our customers and partners can trust our environmental and sustainability messages,” says CEO of Stibo Complete Søren Henriksen.

We can also use the assessment results as a reference for Stibo Complete’s CSR efforts when our customers – like Grundfos – request it.

Want to know more about our CSR initiatives and what they mean for you as a customer?

Contact Mads Dyhrberg Andersen:

+45 87 33 66 38


"In this way, we can make it clear that we meet the environmental requirements of our customers. The bronze medal also reflects the fact that Stibo Complete is among the top 50 companies assessed by EcoVadis. We're proud of that."

Søren Henriksen

CEO at Stibo Complete

What is the EcoVadis rating based on?

EcoVadis is an internationally recognised and independent CSR assessment agency that assesses companies’ CSR activities on the basis of 21 criteria across four main areas:

  • Environment
  • Good working conditions
  • Ethical business responsibility
  • Ethical and sustainable procurement

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