Rethink the concept of quality for the sake of the future
For HORN, the concept of sustainability is a journey of development. A journey we describe in all humility, because what we thought was sustainable just 5 years ago is so far from what is sustainable and responsible for us today, and very different from what we think is “sustainalbe” just 5 years from now.
When we started our journey to incorporate more sustainable solutions, our focus was third party certified products and solutions. Thereby assuring our customers that what we said we were doing was approved by a third party to actually be more sustainable than competing products.
er begrebet bæredygtighed en udviklingsrejse – En rejse vi beskriver i al ydmyghed, for hvad vi troede var bæredygtigt for bare 5 år siden, er så langt fra hvad der for os er bæredygtigt og ansvarligt i dag, og vidt forskelligt fra hvad vi tror er “bæredygtigt” -Bare 5 år fra nu.
Da vi startede vores rejse med at inkorporere flere bæredygtige løsninger, var vores fokus 3. parts certificerede produkter og løsninger, for på den måde at sikre vores kunder, at det vi sagde vi gjorde, var godkendt af en tredje part, til faktisk at være mere bæredygtigt end konkurrerende produkter.
In our work with sustainable and responsible development, we have committed ourselves to rethinking how we define the concept of quality. As the market standard is still primarily focused on: Price – Delivery security – Low error rate. We are actually quite good at all those parameters, but want to do more than that. We both can and want to.
If we are to be a leader in responsible and sustainable development in the future, we know that we must have a holistic perspective that affects all our actions.
We must look at how we can make it better for both you, our end user, the environment and not least our employees.