Flex Lowers Emissions by 27% - Smart Energy Decisions

Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions, Industrial  -  September 6, 2023

Flex Lowers Emissions by 27%

 Flex, a manufacturing partner that helps customers design and build products,  announced a 27% decrease in absolute Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions from a 2019 baseline year.

The company also announced that 35% of preferred suppliers and 64% of specified customers had GHG emissions reduction and science-based targets, respectively.

Flex released its first Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) report.

Details were published in the company's 2023 sustainability report, highlighting its global sustainability activities, performance, and results from calendar year 2022. 

"The strides we've made toward our long-term commitments is a testament to our 170,000 employees' ongoing dedication and contributions, and collaboration with our suppliers and customers," said Kyra Whitten, Senior Vice President, Corporate Marketing, Communications, and Sustainability at Flex in a statement. "Sustainability is an ongoing journey, and we will continue to further embrace sustainable, responsible manufacturing practices as we build great products for our customers, deliver stakeholder value, and do our part to help address broader environmental and social call-to-actions for current and future generations."

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