Sustainability for Tigre Group
The TIGRE GROUP as a whole maintains an ethical and responsible posture for conducting its business so as to contribute to the socio-economic development of the countries where TIGRE GROUP facilities are located, to optimize the use of natural resources, and minimize impacts on the environment, and at the same time create value for the stockholder.
In a pioneering way, the TIGRE GROUP introduced plastic in Brazilian civil construction, an advance of incalculable proportions that brought a series of benefits to society.
In the 1950s, it implanted its own “warehouse” to provide assistance to employees’ families, both in the health area and in grocery supplies in the home. In the 60s, it implanted literacy programs and promoted qualification courses for employees, partners and professionals in the sector, providing education and growth opportunities. In addition, it was the first company to create partnerships with SENAI and other institutions with a view toward creating qualified labor.
If the previous decades were distinguished by great accomplishments, the beginning of the decade of 2000 couldn’t be otherwise. In 2002, the TIGRE GROUP had its first factory certified by ISO 14001 – Environmental Management System, and in October of the same year, it founded the Carlos Roberto Hansen Institute (Instituto Carlos Roberto Hansen) - ICRH, initiating a new stage of social and community involvement of the TIGRE GROUP.