Ultraflex joins SGP Partnership in Work Towards a More Sustainable Future
The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP), the leading authority in sustainable printing certifications, announced that Ultraflex Systems Inc. has become part of the SGP Community as a gold SGP Patron.
Ultraflex's action to become involved in SGP helps to ensure the long-term endurance of sustainable product offerings. "We believe sustainability is integral to our industry, present, and future," said Kylie Schleicher, director of product development & product manager, Ultraflex. "As a leader in the industry, we are responsible for taking the required measures to contribute to the sustainable development of digital print materials. Our company's research and development are the foundation for superior products and performance. We are excited to grow within the community and market new solutions that limit the use of natural resources, reduce waste, and promote the reuse of materials."
“Ultraflex brings its strong commitment to health and safety standards to SGP, a key part of the sustainability mix of people, planet, and profit," said Marcia Y. Kinter, SGP co-founder, executive officer and representative of PRINTING United Alliance. “The innovations Ultraflex brings to the outdoor advertising with its non-PVC Ultima Ecoflex banner for short-term outdoor applications, where PVC is not permitted, is one of the areas where the company demonstrates their commitment to a more sustainable future. Working with Ultraflex will help SGP certified printers and suppliers to drive sustainability throughout the supply chain.”
Patrons recognize and support SGP’s continuing role in advancing the benefits of sustainable practices and certification to both the print and buying communities. SGP Patrons are leaders in the industry by promoting a more sustainable future and sustainable supply chain.
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