Checkpoint environmental statement

At Checkpoint Systems, we recognize that businesses have an important role to play in conserving the planet’s precious natural resources and safeguarding the environment for future generations.

As part of the CCL family, we are committed to fulfilling the CCL holistic plan which focuses on the following critical areas:

Policies & goals
People & partnerships

Sustainability at the heart of every solution

Far more than just our physical products, sustainability extends to our locations, our people and our customers. The use of technology allows us all to make changes to the way we work to drive efficiencies and better business operations from source to store.

Our facilities are built to the latest standards and are audited and accredited with multiple ethical and environmental accreditations & standards including, SEDEX, Reach, OEKO-TEX, GRS and ISO 14001.

Working closely with our global customers on a daily basis helps to drive and open up new opportunities to make the future a healthier one for us all.

Working toward a better tomorrow

Sustainability is very much a journey rather than a destination. There is always more that can be done. We're working hard behind the scenes to drive our CCL family values throughout everything we do, from our places and people through to our products.

Some of our initiatives along this journey include:

Reducing our carbon footprint by continuously investing in innovation, new technologies and process improvement across our global sites, such as our ForestNation partnership in the Netherlands.

Building our new and upgrading our existing Checkpoint facilities to the latest standards which are audited and accredited with multiple ethical and environmental accreditations & standards.

Investing in and understanding more about the recyclability of our products. On top of reducing the amount of plastic used in our products, and using more recycled plastic, last year we also recycled over 600 of our antennas to reduce the amount of new materials needed.