Sustainability Report Proves We Are Committed to Zero Harm and Operational Excellence

It is with great pride that we invite you to peruse the Integrated Wood Components Inc. (IWCI) Sustainability Report 2011. In this Report, we publicly present our progress and future goals as a reminder to ourselves and reassurance to our customers. New initiatives have enhanced our overall performance, and we have continued to strengthen our commitment to sustainable development. We are making planning, reporting and measurement an integral part of our policies, programs and operations.

At the same time, sustainable development is also becoming an essential part of our company’s business strategy. To help get us there, we are committed to “zero harm” and “operational excellence,” two best practice approaches that emphasize individual leadership and accountability for identifying hazards and risks and taking action to prevent harmful environmental and social impact. We have discovered that improving in these areas has enabled us to reduce production and operating costs, manage risks, attract business partnerships and investors, improve stakeholder relations, maintain a “social license to operate,” attract and retain employees, stimulate innovation, and expand new market opportunities.

Likewise, we recognize that environmental and social issues can translate to financial risks or opportunities, depending on how we respond to these challenges. To rise above these challenges, we will continue to develop our incentive campaigns and through R&D, continue to provide customers with concrete support for their efforts. We are working with our suppliers, customers and government to improve the energy efficiency of our processes, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle waste materials and maintain and develop the natural resources we depend on. After all our future depends on it.

John F. Kamp
President


Download our
2011 Sustainability
Report PDF

Sustainability Report Proves We Are Committed to Zero Harm and Operational Excellence

It is with great pride that we invite you to peruse the Integrated Wood Components Inc. (IWCI) Sustainability Report 2011. In this Report, we publicly present our progress and future goals as a reminder to ourselves and reassurance to our customers. New initiatives have enhanced our overall performance, and we have continued to strengthen our commitment to sustainable development. We are making planning, reporting and measurement an integral part of our policies, programs and operations.

At the same time, sustainable development is also becoming an essential part of our company’s business strategy. To help get us there, we are committed to “zero harm” and “operational excellence,” two best practice approaches that emphasize individual leadership and accountability for identifying hazards and risks and taking action to prevent harmful environmental and social impact. We have discovered that improving in these areas has enabled us to reduce production and operating costs, manage risks, attract business partnerships and investors, improve stakeholder relations, maintain a “social license to operate,” attract and retain employees, stimulate innovation, and expand new market opportunities.

Likewise, we recognize that environmental and social issues can translate to financial risks or opportunities, depending on how we respond to these challenges. To rise above these challenges, we will continue to develop our incentive campaigns and through R&D, continue to provide customers with concrete support for their efforts. We are working with our suppliers, customers and government to improve the energy efficiency of our processes, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle waste materials and maintain and develop the natural resources we depend on. After all our future depends on it.

John F. Kamp
President


Download our
2011 Sustainability
Report PDF

 Panel Processing Sustainability report delivered by John Kamp, president of Integrated Wood Components Inc. (IWCI),  a composite wood furniture manufacturers company specializing the the design and manufacturing of point of purchase displays or POP Displays USA.