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Domino joins FTSE4Good Index

11 March 2010

Domino, which specialises in in-line product identification, traceability and variable data printing solutions, has been accepted into the FTSE4Good Index

In order to achieve this, it was measured against a range of benchmarks, including environmental sustainability, developing and maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders and upholding and supporting universal human rights.

Nigel Bond, Group Managing Director, said: “We are delighted that Domino has met the criteria to be included in the FTSE4Good Index. Domino continuously reviews its policies and management systems to ensure open communication with customers and staff, and achieve the highest environmental sustainability standards. Receiving this award proves we are serious about our corporate responsibility and we continuously look to raise the bar even higher.”


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