Givaudan Nantong, China
Givaudan, the world’s leading fragrance and flavour company, today officially opened its new world-class, savoury flavours manufacturing facility in Nantong, China. Representing an investment of CHF 50 million, the site will more than double Givaudan’s existing production capacity in China, strengthening the company’s leadership position.
Statuten der Givaudan SA.pdf
Statuten der Givaudan SA.pdf Statuten der Givaudan SA Übersetzung des französischen Originals März 2015 2 Givaudan SA, Chemin de la Parfumerie 5, 1214 Vernier, Switzerland Phone: +41 22 781 9111, Fax: +41 22 781 9150, Web: www.givaudan.com Statuten der Givaudan SA Übersetzung des französischen
Increasing eco-efficiency in Brazil
By executing a full Site Eco-Efficiency Plan (SEEP) at the Jaguaré site in Brazil, Givaudan was able to eliminate CHF 100,000 in operational costs.
Greener energy purchases across Europe
When purchasing green energy, Givaudan’s guidelines ensure energy needs are met, while helping to fulfil our carbon footprint objectives.
Getting sustainability off the ground
Givaudan’s Global Transport Project has managed to reduce the carbon footprint of outbound transport by decreasing air freight, while still increasing production volume.
Putting Ashford on the map
To raise awareness of energy and water consumption at our Ashford site in the UK, a site energy map was created.
Working on the ground to harvest unique opportunities
Producing a unique and traceable quality of patchouli oil requires the development of good relationships out in the field. This is perfectly illustrated in the creation of a farming partnership in Borneo.
Why palm oil is still a burning issue
Palm oil is an environmentally sensitive ingredient. We partner on many fronts to ensure that Givaudan demonstrates responsible sourcing efforts in this area.
Precious naturals for perfumery
We all love the smell of natural essential oils but can the world sustain our demand for them? Specialised natural ingredients for perfumery such as patchouli, tonka beans and benzoin are produced in exotic countries, often with fragile eco-systems or strong competition for use of land. The challenges are clear.
A new dawn for ylang ylang
Rich and buttery like custard, the tropical ylang ylang tree originated in the Philippines, where it was crowned the ‘flower of flowers’.
Discovering the roots of masculinity in Haiti
Like fine wine, the longer you distill the languorously smoky roots of the native Indonesian grass vetiver, the richer the aroma.
Under the skin of the world’s best bean
L’Heure Bleue, Obsession, Opium, Shalimar… these iconic, exotic fragrances owe much of their appeal to the warm, soft and indulgent notes of vanilla.
On the trail of tonka
For the ‘sarrapiero’ communities in Venezuela, the wrinkly brown seed of the tonka bean is akin to black gold.
Doing good for sandalwood
One of the most precious raw materials in perfumery, the use of sandalwood can be traced back thousands of years.
The potent appeal of patchouli
Arguably one of the most sensual scents on earth, the deep, earthy, woody notes of patchouli are found in some the world’s most famous fragrances.