Logitech International, a global technology company known for its innovative products, has received recognition from CDP, a leading non-profit organization that provides a disclosure system for companies, investors, cities, states, and regions to manage their environmental impacts. Logitech has been recognized as a Supplier Engagement Leader, placing it among the top 8% of all companies assessed for supplier engagement on climate change.
Logitech’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions spans the entire supply chain, from sourcing raw materials to manufacturing, distribution, consumer use, and product end-of-life. The company has set an ambitious target of achieving carbon positivity by 2030 and has already eliminated single-use plastic from over 35 major product lines. Moreover, one-third of Logitech’s products are made with recycled plastic, demonstrating the company’s dedication to sustainability.
Prakash Arunkundrum, the chief operating officer of Logitech, emphasized the importance of collaboration in achieving environmental goals. He said, “Our carbon reduction goals go well beyond our factory doors, they are interdependent on the success of our suppliers. Only by working together can we drive environmental action at scale.”
Logitech’s sustainability efforts align with the Science-Based Targets Initiative, United Nations Global Compact, and Responsible Business Alliance’s Code of Conduct. The company has also invested more than $4.4 million in charitable grants, including a $2 million donation to Oxygen for India to distribute oxygen cylinders and concentrators during the pandemic.
Logitech’s recognition as a Supplier Engagement Leader by CDP underscores the company’s dedication to environmental leadership and supplier engagement to tackle climate change and promote a sustainable future.