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Schroders: sustainably printed marketing material

100% RECYCLEDcover stock
BIODEGRADABLEcover laminate

Ranked as #1 asset manager by ShareAction, a sustainable investment cause group, this business prides itself on its green reputation.

Rather than just ‘ticking boxes’, Schroders is committed to ‘adding value through real insight, and actively engaging’ with companies to promote sustainable causes.

That made Park a natural printing partner, since we were able to guarantee that every step in our supply chain would be tightly managed to minimize environmental impact.

For the London Investment Conference 2019, Park pulled out all the stops to source sustainable materials for Schroders’ marketing brochures. The 100% recycled ‘Revive’ cover stock was protected by a biodegradable matt laminate, finished with aluminium foiling that could be safely disposed of with usual paper recycling.

To promote the brand’s corporate values to investors, the entire back page was dedicated to explaining how the document was produced sustainably – a mark of both Schroder’s green credentials, and of Park’s.

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