LONDON – Europe's largest chip vendor STMicroelectronics NV has been recognized by mobile phone company Nokia for achievements in sustainability. Nokia presented its award for ‘Outstanding Achievement in the Category of Sustainability’ to ST at Nokia World 2010 in London, during the Nokia ‘Collaboration Day.’
ST has pursued a sustainable and green corporate social responsibility program for over a decade. The company has stressed during that time that green concerns and profitable business are compatible.
“Nokia and STMicroelectronics have worked closely together over many years, sharing concepts and best practices for sustainability, most intensely within the area of environmental protection,” said Jean-Francois Baril, senior vice president and head of sourcing at Nokia, in a statement issued by ST.
“An award of this nature from a world-leading company such as Nokia is a very significant recognition of ST’s efforts to accomplish excellence in sustainability in its business operations," said Andrea Cuomo, executive vice president for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region at STMicroelectronics.
Photo caption: Carlo Bozotti (left), president and CEO of STMicroelectronics, receiving the award for ‘Outstanding Achievement in the Category of Sustainability’ at Nokia World 2010 from Jean-Francois Baril, senior vice president and head of sourcing Nokia.
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