Pharmaceuticals firm announces new sustainable development cycle
The report, titled ‘Guardian of a sustainable present and a more certain future’, showcases the company’s success in supplying markets where its parent STADA Group is present. Recycled cardboard packaging was used for as much as 6.6 billion tablets and other products, accounting for 89 percent of total production volume.
‘Sustainability is an aspect that is strongly integrated in our bilateral cooperation with Serbia. Almost 90 percent of the current development cooperation projects are related to climate. Hemofarm has greatly contributed to sustainability in Serbia’, said Anke Konrad, German Ambassador to Serbia.
Hemofarm has added 38 new products to its portfolio, and, over the past ten years, the company has saved electricity and water equivalent to what is needed for some 14 months or 400 days of operation. The use of recycled cardboard packaging has also allowed the firm to save 178,995 trees.
‘A decade of reporting on sustainable development is behind us, during which we have invested a lot of effort and commitment to contribute to making the world a better place. We have been working on education and motivation of Hemofarm employees, their families, business partners, consumers of our products and the community to understand and apply the principles of sustainable development in everyday life. Hemofarm is presently recognised as one of the leaders of sustainable development in Serbia and the region, as well as the strongest link in the sustainable development of STADA Group,’ said Hemofarm CEO Dr Ronald Seeliger.
You can read Hemofarm’s 2021 Sustainable Development report here: HF_Sustainable Development report_2021