iLOQ receives EcoVadis silver ranking for its sustainable performance

iLOQ has received silver ranking from provider of business sustainability ratings – EcoVadis.

Environmental, social, and ethical performance, or acting sustainability, is a priority in today’s business world. Companies are coming under immense pressure to improve their sustainability practices and transparency when it comes to reporting their progress.

EcoVadis is the world’s largest and most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings. Their assessment methodology is built on international sustainability standards, including the Global Reporting Initiative, the United Nations Global Compact, and ISO 26000.

After evaluating how well iLOQ has integrated environmental practices, labor and human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement into their business and management system, EcoVadis has given the company silver ranking.

“With our battery-free solutions, iLOQ has always had a strong reputation for focusing on sustainable product development and business practices. We are delighted with the silver ranking from EcoVadis in recognition of our efforts. To confirm our commitment to acting sustainably in everything we do, we recently launched a new section on our website which communicates our holistic approach to sustainability,” states Heikki Hiltunen, President and CEO, iLOQ Oy.

More information: Erja Sankari, Executive Vice President and COO, iLOQ Oy, rewn.fnaxnev@vybd.pbz tel. +358 44 435 2382

iLOQ in brief

iLOQ is a rapidly growing Finnish company that is leading the technological revolution in the digital locking industry. iLOQ transforms mechanical locks into digital and mobile access management. iLOQ solutions are based on technologies developed and patented by the company, enabling electronic and mobile locking without batteries or cables. iLOQ replaces mechanical and electromechanical locking systems with environmentally friendly solutions that solve the problems of lost or copied keys, reduce lock maintenance and minimize lifecycle costs