Name of Transformation: Sustainable Manufacturing

We are facing a new world order in which countries not addressing environmental and social problems, climate change, and industrial strategies will lose in the international trade race.

Today, we are witnessing a global transformation process where companies are not considered sufficient by only achieving financial success with the production and sale of goods and services, but they are also expected to be good corporate citizens that are sensitive to the environment and people and to adopt good corporate governance practices as a principle.

The most common definition of sustainable development is meeting current needs without jeopardizing future generations' ability to fulfill their own.

Corporate sustainability refers to the incorporation of economic, environmental, and social factors into corporate governance principles, company activities, and decision-making systems, as well as the effective management of the associated-risks with an aim to create long-term value for companies.