• PAMP is pleased to announce the release of its Sustainability Report for the 2015–2016 fiscal year.

     The latest report outlines the company's activities in the area of social, environmental and economic responsibility while further demonstrating the overall continuity of PAMP's commitment to sustainable development.

    The highlights of the report include great strides in the company's commitment to maintaining a sustainable supply chain. After obtaining its Chain-of-Custody (CoC) certifaction in the previous fiscal year, PAMP had its first fully-traceable, Chain-of-Custody certified production in March of 2016.

    PAMP developed objectives for the reduction of CO2 emissions over a five-year period and implemented new measures in 2016 to achieve those goals. The new measures, including the installation of a heat recovery system, will contribute to cleaner energy sources and an overall reduction in energy consumption.

    The company made further advances in the area of customer security by applying its revolutionary VERISCAN bullion authentication technology to the Royal Australian Mint's Kangaroo coin series – the first official legal tender series to be verifiable through VERISCAN.

    Released for the seventh consecutive year, PAMP's Sustainability Report was compiled to outline the company's accomplishments as well as lay out its clearly defined goals for the future. PAMP continues to lead the industry with a social, environmental and economic strategy that is constantly improved upon to exceed industry sustainability standards.

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    PAMP was pleased to be in attendance at a recent event at Istituto Sant'Angelo di Loverciano in the company's hometown of Castel San Pietro, Switzerland.

    The June 1st event featured a luncheon during which attendees were able to dine on fresh pasta made by the school's own students. PAMP supported the school in establishing an on-site laboratory for the preparation of the food – part of a wider project aimed at introducing the students to the working world.

    Since 1950, Istituto Sant'Angelo di Loverciano has been providing a professional education to young people, including students with disabilities or problems arising from social disadvantage.

    Director of the Institute, Piercarla Reposo, who was in attendance at the event, explained that the activity coincides with a theme at the school of 'knowing and knowing how to do.'

    'We are pleased with how the guys have faced this new challenge, and we are also, in a certain sense, amazed at how much they have managed to achieve in such a short time and the enthusiasm they have shown,' said Reposo, who noted how the project helped teach students how to follow a process and respect the rules.

    'These fundamental concepts teach them an attitude that will be a concrete aid for the future,' Reposo said.

    PAMP CEO, Nadia Haroun, who was also in attendance, expressed satisfaction with the development of the company's cooperation with the school.

    PAMP's sponsorship has helped to generate an added value for the students of Istituto Sant'Angelo di Loverciano through various educational projects. The company's continued support for the school is further evidence that PAMP's commitment to the local community remains a top priority in its social and environmental responsibility efforts.