Colt sustainability report summary

Key takeaways

We recently published our latest sustainability report for 2022. The report goes into great detail about the progress Colt has made in the ESG space against the ambitious targets we set in the year prior.

For ease, we have created a short summary of the report to highlight some of the key takeaways. Simply click on the image below to access:

In the summary, you can expect to find information on what our new targets are, the progress we have made since our last report, and how we approach all aspects of ESG.

To find out more and get all the details behind these highlights, you can download our full sustainability report here.

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