Alejandro Pena is the Chief Executive Officer of an Israel-based company Keter. The company uses resin and other raw materials to manufacture various household and garden products. Alejandro Pena believes environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns are extensive and productive. According to him, organizations must make ESG concerns work to their advantage.
As a CEO, Alejandro Pena works tirelessly to make ESG efforts a stepping stone of how Keter functions from a larger macro environment perspective and what it looks to achieve as an investment entity.
What Other Organizations Think About ESG
Most organizations need to be made aware of the importance of ESG and how it can impact their business. Such organizations believe that ESG cannot positively affect their operations long term. They don’t tend to be interested in understanding how those principles will influence how their customers think and believe or affect the region they’re operating in today.
Alejandro Pena has made Keter not among those organizations with such reasoning. He ensures the results that the company yields not only suit the needs of its shareholders. The CEO makes the company’s results positively impact the communities in its surrounding and the environment it depends on to get the raw materials it needs for operation. Alejandro advises other companies to ensure they develop the habit of being at the frontline of offering solutions that protect the environment they rely on for survival and respect the communities surrounding their activities.
About Keter Group
Keter operates more than 25 manufacturing plants in several European countries, including Israel and Luxemburg, and other places across North America. The company strives to produce a wide range of quality items in the same areas it sells. Through this approach, the company saves significantly on transportation costs. By selling its many products in the same regions it produces, many communities surrounding the company become the first beneficiaries of what it offers for sale.