Our Company Purpose
To apply industrial printing expertise and reliable solutions to help the world’s manufacturers be sustainable and cut waste, while attracting, informing, and protecting consumers.
Message from our CEO
"To achieve the aspirations outlined in our Vision, Domino’s strategy is to be the benchmark company in Industrial Printing through our transformation from being product-focused to an efficient world-class printing solutions and services provider, based on leadership in customer experience, sustainability and compliance. We aim to deliver this through dedicated and skilled employees who passionately believe that Domino can make a difference.
"We constantly challenge ourselves to improve how we work, to ensure we continue to deliver on our commitments to our customers, communities and the environment."
Domino Printing Sciences
Domino believes that corporate responsibility is integral to business success, and we are firmly committed to the welfare of our stakeholders, including our communities, employees, environment, value chain, and partners. Domino expects every employee to take individual responsibility for their performance and to work together to achieve our sustainability goals.
We support the Sustainable Development Goals
We have assessed the full list of 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to identify where Domino can have - and is having - the most impact.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals website,
Supporting the SDGs with responsible technology
Domino’s core business activity contributes towards responsible consumption and production (SDG12), helping to eliminate food waste (SDG2) and supporting industry growth and innovation (SDG9).
In collaboration with our people
Across our global businesses, we have active projects which focus on promoting good health and well-being (SDG3), working towards good quality education (SDG4) and supporting decent work and economic growth (SDG8).
Applying our expertise to progress the UN Goals
While our business programmes actively contribute to almost all of the 17 SDGs, there are six goals against which we have the most significant impact, as shown below:
Click on each goal below to learn how Domino fulfils its commitment to ‘doing more’ with and for customers and our communities.
Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
2: Batch coding technology enables efficient supply chain management and traceability, and provides the method for consumers to make sustainable choices. Date coding helps retailers and consumers to monitor stockholding to eliminate food waste. Variable data such as ingredients lists can inform regarding nutrition and allergens, while investments in extending the range of supported materials is aimed at assisting the world’s manufacturers to reduce packaging.
Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all ages.
3: Our identification coding solutions provide extensive supply chain validation and control, from protecting the consumer against counterfeit products (including pharmaceuticals) to the management of hazardous chemicals. We also promote and fund health and well-being initiatives to our employees and their families across the group. For example in the UK we support mental health well-being and have a dedicated team of 15 mental health first aiders.
Goal 8: Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment and decent work for all.
8: We support global economic growth in the developing world with a wide range of solutions that make it quicker and easier for manufacturers of all sizes to comply with both domestic and international industry regulation, allowing them to be global in their outlook and ambitions. We have a worldwide trained workforce and help with the creation of a global skills base. Our product interfaces have been designed to be highly visual and easy to use (including the option of label configuration from central offices) allowing for a more inclusive workforce on production lines. We uphold both internal and supply chain policies about worker rights and prevention of forced work and slavery.
Goal 9: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
9: Our technologies support the creation of local infrastructures and enable cross border trade. As a global player, we enable development and local innovation through an international network of manufacturing and distribution facilities, with technology investment, research and development happening in offices across the world. In successfully overcoming the recent challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have illustrated the resilience of our infrastructure to support small and large manufacturers the world over.
Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.
12: Sustainable consumption and production aim at "doing more with less"; we provide industry solutions to achieve this via traceability, supply chain data provision and enable sustainable behaviour through transparency.
Goal 16: Promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies
16: We have high ethical values and ensure that our partners and suppliers abide by our principles, wherever they are.
Our partners and stakeholders
Achieving the SDGs will only be possible through ambitious collaboration. We work alongside trusted partners to bring us closer to achieving these goals.
Domino currently meets the Silver standard of EcoVadis’ 23 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) indicators for reducing risk, driving innovation and fostering transparency and trust with our trading partners. The EcoVadis pillars by which Domino standards are measured are Sustainable Procurement, Labour and Human Rights, Ethics and Environment. Domino’s scores are above average in each category.
As a Supplier member of Sedex’s (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) Manufacture of Machinery and Equipment category, Domino drives supply chain improvements from several global sites. Domino’s processes are subject to the organisation’s regular independent ethical audits.
CSR in the news
Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) and Futamura have collaborated to assess the suitability of laser coding for NatureFlex compostable film products, to give food packaging customers a print-free solution for coding and marking their packaging.
As a business, Domino welcomes the annual awareness campaign by the Women’s Engineering Society to highlight the range of rewarding careers available in the STEM subjects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, which for a long time were more popular with boys.
Environmental concerns surrounding unrecycled plastic waste have prompted a rise in alternative ‘sustainable’ solutions which look and feel like traditional plastic but can be composted at end of life, helping to combat excess waste.