The new position will spearhead the sustainability journey across the company.
OCONOMOWOC, Wis. — Thomas Estock has been appointed as the new director of sustainability for ORBIS® Corporation, a global reusable packaging industry leader. In this role, Estock will be responsible for advancing the company’s sustainability initiatives, assisting customers in enhancing their sustainability performance and achieving their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) targets through reusable packaging.
“I am excited to join ORBIS and lead the company’s programs and initiatives to achieve and exceed our sustainability goals,” Estock said. “ORBIS has a strong commitment to sustainability, which is ingrained in our culture, and I look forward to collaborating with the executive team and cross-functional stakeholders to develop and implement programs, protocols and strategies that will benefit the environment, our communities, our customers and our employees.”
With a focus on reusability, inventive product design, and efficient management of operations and materials, ORBIS is dedicated to minimizing its environmental footprint while also generating comprehensive value for its stakeholders as a sustainability advocate.
Fundamentally, ORBIS has long been offering reusable packaging solutions that foster a circular economy by means of strategic partnerships with top-tier firms within the supply chain.
“We are thrilled to have Thomas join our team as director of sustainability,” said Norm Kukuk, president at ORBIS Corporation. “His extensive experience in environmental, health, safety and sustainability management will be invaluable in helping ORBIS achieve and exceed its sustainability objectives and reinforce our leadership in sustainable business practices.”
With over thirty years of extensive experience in the management of sustainability, health, safety, environmental concerns, and industry practices, Thomas Estock has joined ORBIS to oversee the development, execution, maintenance, and identification of opportunities for improvement in the company’s environmental, social, and governance programs and strategies. He will collaborate with internal stakeholders to establish and track key performance indicators and support customers in sustainability reporting, such as Global Reporting Initiative, Carbon Disclosure Project, and EcoVadis, and contribute to Menasha Corporation’s “30 by 30” objective. This enterprise-wide initiative aims to reduce water usage, landfill waste, and total emissions by 10% per production ton by 2030.
For more information about ORBIS’ sustainability initiatives, visit https://www.orbiscorporation.