2021

KONE recognized with prestigious ‘A’ score for climate change

KONE Corporation, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, has been awarded a place on CDP’s prestigious ‘A List’ for its work in tackling climate change. The company has again been recognized for its actions to cut emissions, mitigate climate risks and develop a low-carbon economy and is one of a small number of high-performing companies out of nearly …

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Sanoma was awarded in international CDP Climate Change rating

Sanoma was awarded with the third-highest score of B in international CDP Climate Change rating. The scoring varies in a scale from A to D-. In addition, Sanoma improved its CDP Forest rating from C to B. “Fighting the climate crisis is one of today’s most critical challenges, facing all industries and societies. Although Sanoma …

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US Army chooses Verbrugge as logistics partner

Our Corporate Member, Verbrugge Terminals has once again been chosen as a transhipment terminal by the US Army. In November and December, two US Army helicopter brigades are shipped between the U.S. and Germany via the Verbrugge Zeeland Terminal in Vlissingen. The brigades are part of a reinforced American presence in Europe. The Zeeland Terminal …

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Howspace launches training program

Facilitating change in a human-centric way is the skill of the future. Howspace launched a new training program for human-centric transformation. Human interaction is at the heart of Howspace, an AI-powered digital facilitation platform for collaboration and social learning. To promote the human-centric approach to transformation, Howspace invited selected partners to co-create a certification program …

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Happy Lucia!

Mid-December is dark and cold in Finland – there are no two ways about it. As the country takes its annual plunge into winter, many Finns find solace in a saint. White-clad Saint Lucia, borrowed from Catholic and Orthodox churches, wears a striking crown of tall white candles and sings ancient songs to urge people …

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