- Aims to produce 50 per cent of its products using sustainable materials by 2015. Puma’s new packaging and distribution system will reduce the amount of paper used for shoeboxes by 65 per cent and carbon emissions by 10,000 tonnes per year.
- First company to join the Global Action Network for Transparency in the Supply Chain to improve the social and environmental performance and disclosure of its suppliers. To promote the greening of its supply chain, Puma aims to have a 25 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions, energy, water and waste in all its company-owned facilities and first-tier supplier factories by 2015.
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