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The two brands, operating within the Oerlikon Luxury business sector, share economic, environmental and social achievements.

The two business units implemented a series of actions to lower the CO2 emissions of the Group

All plants use electricity 100% from renewable sources

The research for sustainable and innovative materials has always been fundamental in the path that guides our group

The QHSE (Quality, Health, Safety and Environment) Integrated Management System, already certified for the Padua plant, has been extended to Mendrisio, Tirano and Palazzolo sull’Oglio sites.

Riri Group participates for the first time to the Oerlikon Day dedicated to health and safety at work

Riri Group shares its economic, environmental and social performance to illustrate its journey of improvement towards sustainability.

What do we mean by “measuring the impacts”?

In partnership with Mercer, a three-year project based on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI).

Riri launches a new instrument to be always updated about sustainable topics.

The Ticino brand makes bags out of recycled fabrics from sails and paragliders.

The Group shares its economic, environmental and social performance to tell its journey of improvement towards sustainability.

Riri, with other Italian firms, takes part in another sustainable project.

In partnership with Marsh and Mercer, two triennial projects focused on governance and social development.

The use of energy from renewable sources has increased from 47% in 2017 to 99% in 2020

Another step forward in the growth path of the Swiss group.

The Group shares its performance and improvements in environmental impacts and tells its journey towards sustainability.

A long-lasting partnership between the two companies based on shared values.

Riri is the first company in the fashion accessories industry to complete its transition towards an exclusive use of recycled polyester for zips’ tapes.

For its tape range, Riri has chosen GOTS-certified organic cotton.

Thanks to a collaboration with students from NABA production waste turns into design pieces.

In its 2019 published report, the Riri Group shares its performance levels and environmental impact improvements.

Among the new pieces, 100% stainless steel buttons as well as screw and recycled plastic buttons.

Water dispensers free of charge and aluminium flasks for all
employees: signs of Riri’s green commitment.

With the publication of the 2018 report, the Riri Group shares its environmental impact performance and improvements.

Riri is one of the award winners in Sondrio

Relying on Quantis consulting, Riri has acquired new tools to track and improve its environmental performance.

In 1996, Riri shares some very important news: the launch of the first nickel-free zipper, more resistant to oxidation and abrasion.

The Swiss group, on the occasion of this major event dedicated to sustainability, confirms its commitment and showcases the results achieved.

With the “Sustainable & Circular Design Award” Riri rewards talent and sustainability.

On-going commitment and awareness in terms of environmental sustainability. This is one of the values in which Riri firmly believes and which it is proud to share also with students.

This recognition is awarded by Confindustria Lecco and Sondrio to certify the effort of companies investing in young talents.

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