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A clean business is a smart business

We don’t presume to save the planet ourselves. But we do understand that the choices we make in the present can have far-reaching implications, not only for future generations but – let’s be honest - for our own continued success.
In our pursuit of environmental sustainability, we have adopted innovative technologies and practices aimed at reducing our ecological impact. From energy-efficient machinery to eco-friendly materials sourced from eco-conscious partners, we strive to minimize waste and emissions at every stage of production. Indeed, ecology is built directly into the design of our machines, which feature modular components, energy-saving technologies, and certified FSC packaging.
You don’t need a slogan to understand the self-evident truth that a clean manufacturing operation is just smart business.



There's nothing hard about treating people

with respect

For Rhea, sustainability means not just respecting the environment, but respecting people. But that’s nothing new. Since our beginnings, in 1960, we’ve always understood that our success is intertwined with the well-being of our employees and the communities where we operate.
This is evident in our commitment to fair labor practices, workplace safety, and diversity and inclusion. We provide our workforce with opportunities for growth and development, fostering a culture of empowerment and equality by embracing the richness of varied perspectives.
It should be clear to everyone that a happy, healthy, and economically secure workforce makes for a thriving society, which is essential for the success of any business.
At Rhea, treating people with respect comes naturally. It always has. It’s who we are.


compound noun /ˈeθɪkəl ˈgʌvərnəns/

  1. The set of principles, practices, and standards that guide the behavior and decision-making processes within an organization, prioritizing fairness, transparency, integrity, and trust;

  2. Ensuring that a company’s actions align with its values and with the best interests of its stakeholders, i.e., employees, customers, and the broader community;

  3. Fostering meritocracy and social diversity, fighting all forms of corruption, committing to equal rights and equal pay;

  4. Securing a business’s long-term viability and reputable standing by consistently making ethical choices that benefit the planet and society as a whole.

There. We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

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