SAN ANTONIO (April 15, 2019) — Harland Clarke Holdings (HCH), a portfolio of companies focused on optimizing client relationships through multiple channels, today announced its supply chain action plan received a top rating after significant progress according to the results from the 2018 CDP supplier survey for enterprise carbon reporting. Over the past 3 years, HCH has built a sustainability strategy for the purposes of all its businesses including Harland Clarke, Valassis, Scantron, and RetailMeNot.
“I am extremely proud to be a part of an organization that is fully committed to developing an aggressive environmental plan for the environment, our people, and our clients,” said John O’Malley, CEO of Harland Clarke Holdings. “HCH continuously outperforms industry averages, which has positioned us in the top 18% of the 5,500 companies across the globe that report into the survey.”
The CDP is an environmental impact non-profit organization that assesses thousands of companies every year, including the largest retailers in the country, and provides them with a score ranging from A to D- for effectiveness in minimizing impact on our planet’s climate. Harland Clarke Holdings has been a part of CDP for 3 years, and this year it proudly received a “B” for climate change and an “A-” in supply chain engagement from the CDP.
“At Harland Clarke Holdings, we know how important sustainability is to our enterprise, our clients, and the global community,” says Brian Skrobarcek, Director Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility, “We share a global commitment to environmental protection and corporate social responsibility. It is critical that we do our part to minimize the organization’s carbon footprint.”
Harland Clarke Holdings will continue to identify opportunities for systematic improvement across its enterprise and is proud to be in great standing among other top companies.
About Harland Clarke Holdings
Harland Clarke Holdings is comprised of companies focused on optimizing client relationships through multiple channels by enabling them to acquire, retain and grow their customer base. Its major business units, Valassis, Harland Clarke, RetailMeNot, and Scantron are recognized as leading providers of incentive advertising, marketing services, transaction solutions, education services, and intelligent media delivery that create millions of customer touch points annually for their clients. Harland Clarke Holdings is a wholly owned subsidiary of MacAndrews & Forbes Incorporated.
Debbie Serot, SVP Corporate Communications
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