A responsible choice
A responsible choice

In FITT’s vision, being a responsible company means transforming its business model to achieve an ideal balance, with the objective of creating economic value and having a positive impact on the planet and on people’s lives.
FITT is a Benefit Company, and in addition to the object of making a profit, it has added in its statute the public and official commitment of a positive impact on society and the biosphere, operating in a sustainable and transparent manner.

On 25 September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly, attended by more than 150 leaders from around the world, adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which consists of 17 objectives – the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

From the agenda of the 17 goals identified by the United Nations, FITT has selected 7 goals on which to take tangible action, in line with the UN 2030 targets.
In an era of change and great challenges, FITT, like many other companies all over the world, makes an important contribution to sustainable development.

For a business increasingly aware of and capable of facing global challenges, FITT has chosen to join the UN Global Compact.

The Global Compact is the world’s largest strategic corporate citizenship initiative, born out of the desire to promote a sustainable global economy, respectful of human and labour rights, environmental protection and fight against corruption.

All this through the respect and dissemination of the Ten Fundamental Principles, which FITT is committed to integrating into its strategy, culture and operations, thereby contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda.

By joining the Global Compact, FITT becomes part of a global network uniting governments, businesses, UN agencies, trade unions and civil society organisations.

In 2010, the United Nations Global Compact, in partnership with UN Women, launched the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs), seven universal principles inspired by real-world business practices and designed to advance women’s equality in the workplace.

The aim of the WEPs is to strengthen the position of women inside companies. The principles can be used as a framework for setting internal strategies and policies, as well as for stakeholder relations.

By adhering to the WEPs, FITT is committed to taking bold steps to promote gender equality in the workplace, the marketplace and the community, to create a climate based on respect, ethics and equal opportunity, free of cultural stereotypes.

Corporate responsibility requires FITT to strike a balance between Environment, Social and Governance.

ENVIRONMENT: For FITT, it means investing in research and innovation of processes and products to reduce environmental impact, thus creating synergy within its own value chain.

SOCIAL: For FITT, it means taking care of employees and the local and global community by creating generative synergies.

GOVERNANCE: For FITT, it means acting as a responsible company by rewriting a new business model that creates shared value, thus contributing to bring about a positive impact in the life of people and the environment.

Sustainability timeline
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FITT starts zero-waste PVC production and uses regenerated compound for its products
Sustainability report 2022
Low impact certified innovative products

FITT’s innovative certified low-impact products are helping to bring 80,000 litres of drinking water to the Tulear district, one of Madagascar’s poorest areas.

FITT Freel
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FITT Freel
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FITT Freel
Gardening Solution
FITT NTS Eco
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FITT NTS Eco
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Gardening Solution
FITT Bluforce
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Infrastructure Solution
FITT Force
FITT Force
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