The Community pillar aims to deliver tangible social and environmental benefits, educating the next generation of change-makers and bringing more sustainable initiatives to the areas where Robinson operates.
- Offering career-enhancing work experience and opportunities
- Engaging schools on the benefits of packaging and recycling
- Giving back to communities every year.
Robinson has appointed Community Champions to help inspire colleagues and coordinate projects, leveraging the efforts of all individuals to generate greater impact.
Robinson offers internships, apprenticeships and takes part in local career fairs in partnership with colleges and universities in the three countries in which it operates.
From Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths Ambassadors (STEM), volunteering at schools and colleges to partnering with the IOM3 Starpack Students competition, Robinson is supporting the packaging technologists of the future and guiding them to become environmental advocates.
Giving back to local communities is important. In Poland one inspirational team raised money for a heart-warming campaign called ‘Overcoming yourself’. Funds raised are used to support the rehabilitation of people who are suffering from life-changing accidents.
The team in Poland have been collecting recycled cans for the ‘Balls for Cans’ project. For every 15kg of cans collected, the project donates a football to support a local team, Tęcza Soccer Club in Stanisławów.
Throughout the year teams at Stanton Hill and Kirkby sites have been raising money for charities including Great Ormond Street Hospital through a daily tuck shop and cake sales.
A continued partnership in Poland with the local volunteer fire brigade means employees receive regular fire safety training and in turn donations are allocated to fire service equipment for the local fire stations.
The Denmark team continue to support a local orphanage through donations, as well as participation in local fundraising events. The team also employ local people who have fallen out of employment due to physical or mental constraints, supporting and mentoring them in their careers.
Interview with Morten Jeppesen: The drive for consumer-collected recycled plastic
Recently our Danish Managing Director, Morten Jeppesen, did an interview with Magasinet Plast to talk about the latest successful project of new plastic packaging made from 100% of Danish household-sorted plastic waste.
Sustainable & Customizable: See How at the Robinson 3D Booth
Robinson is a UK leader in plastics. With trade shows still not back to prior capacities, they are eager to show customers what makes their products so great. Now, clients can view them up close and personal, anytime of the day. Robinson welcomes visitors from around the world to step into its high resolution 3D booth.
Robinson welcomes new Group HR Director!
Robinson has appointed Jacki Sanderson as Group HR Director to deliver a streamlined, leadership approach to HR across the business, supporting the newly launched People Plan – integral to Robinson’s Sustainability Pledge – and to ensure the health and well-being of all employees remains a top priority.
CEO of Robinson named finalist at Great British Businesswoman of the Year awards
Robinson – the manufacturer specialising in value-added custom packaging – is celebrating the success of CEO Dr Helene Roberts who was named as a finalist in two categories of the Great British Businesswoman of the Year awards.
New group Marketing Manager joins Robinson
Robinson has appointed Laura Donington as Group Marketing Manager to support the delivery of the marketing strategy across their international business, strengthening their value offering through sustainability and brand enhancement, content design and creation, and stakeholder engagement and communication.
- Abigail Mackay
- Company News
- Created 07 Oct 2022
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