Pandox’s sustainability strategy is based on integrating sustainability into the business model, catering to stakeholder expectations while laying the foundation for sustainable growth.

The materiality analysis identifies key sustainability aspects and focus areas for our business. In 2018, Pandox updated the materiality analysis to ensure that  the most important sustainability topics for us and our stakeholders are prioritised.

In order to define, select and prioritise the most significant sustainability topics, we carried out online surveys and interviews with our most important stakeholder groups. Pandox’s most important stakeholder groups were identified by determining the stakeholders’ influence on and interest in our operations.

The prioritised sustainability topics were grouped based on the positive or negative impact they have on Pandox’s business from an environmental, social and economic perspective. 


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The materiality analysis 2018 shows that Reducing energy consumption and CO2 emission has the highest impact on stakeholders' decisions, but only moderate impact on economic, environmental and social impact on Pandox operations. The topic with the lowest impact on stakeholder decisions is Freedom of association.

The topics with the highest economic, environmental and social impact on operations are Employee health an safety and Consumer privacy and protecting consumer data.