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Your Plastics Industry ESG and Carbon Management Partner 

Veriport provides a seamless, integrated solution for Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and carbon management.


Our platform is designed to simplify the complexity of sustainability reporting, offering a one-stop solution that caters to the specific needs of the plastics manufacturing sector.

The Plastics Sector Must Evolve

Navigating New Compliance and Environmental Frontiers

For the plastics industry, adapting to the evolving reporting and regulatory requirements is essential for compliance, as well as for addressing the environmental challenges associated with plastic production and waste. Recent standards and regulatory directives include:

  • Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)

  • The European Standards for Sustainability Reporting (ESRS) - used for CSRD

  • Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD)

  • International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) S1 and S2 Standards

  • The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Rules

Veriport's Offering to the Plastics Industry:
Strategic Value Beyond Software

Veriport distinguishes itself not just through its software capabilities but also through the strategic value brought by our Industry Advisory Board. The Board is chaired by Robin Moore whose career in the plastics packaging industry spans continents and decades.

Veriport’s expanded services are designed to empower plastics manufacturers with the insights and tools needed to excel in sustainability, strategy and competitiveness:

  • Value Chain and Stakeholder Impacts Assessments

  • Facilitated Materiality and Double Materiality Assessments

  • Verification Services

  • Strategic Growth Support

  • Operational Efficiency Optimization

  • Innovation and Benchmarking

  • Turnaround and Revitalization Strategies

  • Market Adaptation

In addition, our software enables companies to accurately, efficiently and seamlessly consolidate reporting on their activities and performance against these evolving global standards and directives.

Veriport ESG and Carbon Solutions

Providing Frameworks for Industry Challenges
and Regulatory Requirements

Enhanced Disclosure Requirements

Under the CSRD, companies are required to provide more detailed sustainability information, including their impact on the environment.

This necessitates comprehensive reporting on the production, use, and disposal of plastics, focusing on reducing environmental impact and enhancing circular economy practices.

Manufacturers must ensure their reports align with the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) standards and provide the necessary data for sustainability-related financial disclosures.


Supply Chain Due Diligence

European due diligence directives and the ISSB standards emphasize the importance of responsible supply chain management.

Manufacturers need to conduct thorough due diligence on their suppliers to ensure that their practices align with environmental and social standards.

This includes assessing risks related to the sourcing of raw materials, labour practices, and environmental impacts throughout the supply chain.


Climate-related Financial Disclosures

Both the ISSB S1 and S2 standards and the SEC rules require companies to disclose their climate-related financial risks and opportunities.

For the plastics industry, this involves detailing greenhouse gas emissions, energy use, and waste management practices, as well as strategies to mitigate environmental risks and adapt to climate change.


Circular Economy and Waste Management

Emphasis on the circular economy is a key aspect of sustainability reporting standards and directives.

Manufacturers must focus on designing products for recyclability, reducing waste in production processes, and increasing the use of recycled materials.

Reporting on initiatives that contribute to a circular economy, such as product take-back schemes and innovations in biodegradable plastics, is crucial.


Social Responsibility and Governance

Beyond environmental considerations, the mentioned standards and directives also require reporting on social and governance issues.

This includes labour practices, human rights in the supply chain, community engagement, and governance structures that support sustainability objectives.

Manufacturers need to demonstrate how they are addressing these issues through transparent reporting and active management strategies.

Guiding Expertise in Plastics Manufacturing

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Robin Moore

Chair: Veriport Plastics Industry Advisory Board

At the heart of Veriport's sector panel is Robin Moore, whose career in the plastics packaging industry spans continents and decades. A retired CEO, Moore brings to the table a depth of experience – particularly from the UK, South African, and European markets.

Throughout his tenure, Moore has been at the forefront of the industry's dynamic evolution, leading companies through periods of growth and driving innovation that has set benchmarks for the sector. His vision and leadership have been instrumental in scaling businesses, introducing technologies, and enhancing operational efficiencies.


Robin was an early protagonist for risk management, corporate governance and sustainability reporting, and this provided a valuable platform for the companies that he helped to grow and sell.


More than just a leader during times of prosperity, Moore has earned a distinguished reputation as a turnaround specialist. In the face of industry downturns and challenging market conditions, his approaches to restructuring and revitalisation have safeguarded businesses, securing their continuity and resilience.


Moore's understanding of the plastics industry's intricacies, combined with his proven track record in both growth and recovery phases, positions him as an asset to Veriport and our clients in the plastics manufacturing sector.

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