Sustainable Packaging Management

Sustainable Packaging Management

Key Performance in 2022

Utilized Reusable, Recyclable, and Compostable packaging

47234.18  tonnes

Utilized Recycled material/Recycled content-based packaging

2284.50  tonnes

Utilized environmentally and societal certified raw material-based packaging

3217.40  tonnes

Reduced plastic packaging materials and not unnecessary plastic usage from packaging research and development

1814.51  tonnes

Reduced the use of plastic bags and single-use plastic

24695.81  tonnes

Recycled post-consumer packaging by the Company

2701.40  tonnes

Key Progress in 2022

Research programs to design and develop Eco-Design packaging for Private Brand products
through collaboration with suppliers

Circular Economy packaging management program for Private Brand products

Program to eliminate usage of poor recyclability packaging materials and packaging

Single Use Plastic reduction program

Post-consumer packaging recall programs, inclusive of the waste sorting bin project and the Recycling Station project

Post-consumer packaging reuse program, comprising of projects to produce employees' clothes made from plastic bottles, a project which transforms empty plastic bottles into value

Performance Against Goal

2030 Goal


Private Brand utilizing plastic packaging must be reusable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025 for operations in Thailand and by 2030 for overseas operations

Progress against short-term and long-term goals

Performance Summary 2022

Total packaging consumption classified by type

Plastic packaging

Total plastic packaging consumption

Average plastic packaging consumption per store

Share of total plastic consumption classified by type

Plastic packaging management in line with the Circular Economy

Use of reusable packaging

Use of recycled material/recycled content

Use of recyclable packaging

Use of compostable packaging

Reduction of plastic consumption through packaging development

Reduction of plastic bags and single-use plastics usage

Post-Consumer packaging recycled

Remark: Coverage (as a % of coat of goods sold) 100%

Non-plastic packaging

Use of non-plastic packaging consumption classified by material type % Coverage (% of cost of goods sold) Weight of packaging consumption (tonnes) Recycled or certified material packaging (%) 2022 Goal (%)
  Wood or Paper





  Metal (Steel , Aluminum)










Reclaimed packaging

1350.58  tonnes

Plastic water bottles

32936.13  tonnes

Cardboard box

Risks and Opportunities

During the past 10 years, plastic packaging waste has been classified as one of the most impactful environmental issues globally due to plastic properties comprising strength, durability, ease in production and low cost. As a result, the demand for and production of plastics continues to increase and counters current capacity for plastic waste management. Studies have revealed that proper plastic waste handling and recycling rates are relatively low in developing countries thus resulting in large volumes of plastic waste impacting the environment. The impact affects ecosystem fertility through concerns regarding microplastics in water sources and aquatic animals in addition to food safety and various health concerns. In addition, most packaging is manufactured through chemical processes which contains synthetic agents, components which are non-environmentally friendly and capable of affecting health among stakeholders in stores, distribution centers, and parties in direct contact with the packaging. In this regard, many plastic waste arises from both retail and wholesale businesses through packaging which maintains product quality. Certain categories of packaging cannot be decomposed, repurposed, and may contain hazardous chemicals. However, businesses capable of developing packing innovations to enable recycling ease, biodegradability, health and environmentally friendly aspects will perform important roles in alleviating negative packaging waste impact and satisfy the increasingly growing green market consumers. Therefore, innovation management and plastic packaging management processes in the industrial sector are aspects requiring emphasis and continuous development.

Management Approach

CP ALL Public Company Limited and its subsidiaries (“the Company”) regularly monitors laws and regulations related to packaging waste management in order to maintain current information regarding regulations and requirements. Newly implemented regulations may impose the prohibition of certain packaging for product wrapping and transportation and thus may impact overall the Company business operations. In addition, the Company has established a sustainable packaging policy with a management approach encompassing various issues inclusive of creating stakeholder engagement to manage comprehensive packaging, research, design, and selection of environmentally friendly packaging for Private Brand products. The selection of alternative materials considers material qualities including compost capabilities, reusability, etc. The mentioned operational processes regularly collect performance data consisting of plastic packaging consumption tonnes classified by type and volume capable of recycling, as a means for the Company to examine, analyze and utilize information to increase operational processes efficiency and minimize environmental impact from organization generated packing waste. Concurrently, the Company constantly reviews operating results to ensure environmentally friendly packaging operations and usage of packing material certified by trusted agencies to satisfy consumer demands. Comprehensive information inclusive of various operating results, stakeholder impact, local and international news are monitored for analysis and database formation purposes to determine policy reviews and action plans.

Circular Economy based packaging management program

The Company aims to minimize plastic waste and packaging volumes destined for landfill through circular economy-based waste management support. This approach enables plastic packaging for Private Brand products to be reusable, recyclable, and compostable under the "Reduce-Reuse-Recycle (3R)" concept by operating under 3 main measures as follows:

In 2022, the Company implemented a variety of environmentally friendly packaging management projects in line with systematic plastic reduction measures which are regularly assessed and performance data in every step is stored. Data particularly collected comprises information regarding benefits received from project implementation, total packaging amount, packaging waste reduction volumes, greenhouse gas reduction amount, etc., with outstanding projects in 2022 as follows:

Develop packaging based on Circular Economy and Eco-Design concepts for Private Brand products, reduce plastic usage at-source

Plastic usage reduction through packaging design project

CP ALL Public Company Limited with suppliers to reduce plastic usage through packaging design which utilizes appropriate plastic thickness required for rice cups, cold dessert cups, and full salad trays.

Impacts and Benefits

48.46  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

89.63  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

2084  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Crab fried rice packaging development - single compartment tray project

Reduced plastic usage by using label printed top seal films instead of putting label stickers on thick plastic covers.

Impacts and Benefits

114.94  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

17.8  million pieces

Reduced amount of waste from sticker usage

212.57  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

4944  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Carriable hot sandwich sleeve project

Reduce usage of single use carrying bags and paper through hot sandwich packaging redesign from the current art card to thin greaseproof paper certified by the Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Scheme (PEFC) and the organization.

Impacts and Benefits

190.81  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

368.49  tonnes

Reduced paper usage

4097.38  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

95288  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Full Tray modification from paper sleeves to plastic banding project

Reduce usage of plastic and paper through modifying packaging style for Full Tray menus inclusive of Garlic Chicken with Rice Roasted Chicken Basil, Pork Fried Rice, and Fried Chicken Rice which entails replacing shrink film and paper sleeves with banding plastic.

Impacts and Benefits

26.38  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

274.34  tonnes

Reduced paper usage

1035.79  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

24088  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Double Compartment Tray development project

Developed new packaging which reduced plastic usage by using label printed top sealing films instead of stickers on thick plastic covers.

Impacts and Benefits

23.11  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

3.99  million pieces

Reduced amount of waste from sticker usage

42.74  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

994  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Label printed top seal film for Chilled Thai Food project (continuously)

CPRAM Co., Ltd. developed laminated film for chilled Thai food packaging. Labels can be printed on the film, reducing sticker usage and becoming more environmentally friendly. This project operates with consideration to the 3Rs principle (Reduce Reuse and Recycle), aiming to reduce plastic usage along the entire production chain.

Impacts and Benefits

15  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

50  million pieces

Reduced amount of waste from sticker usage

27.74  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

645  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

*from bestselling menus, minced pork basil with rice, basil rice with fried egg, panang pork rice, omelette, crab fried rice, and stir-fry noodles with pork

Golden Banana packaging development to reduce packaging thickness project (continuously)

Impacts and Benefits

28.94  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

53.52  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

1245  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Developed sip lid to replace plastic straw usage in 7-11 all stores nationwide project (continuously)

Impacts and Benefits

123.50  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

345  million pieces

Reduced waste from straw and paper wrapped straws usage

228.41  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

5312  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Packaging film roll’s thickness reduction project for hot products

CPRAM Co., Ltd. develops innovative production of modern film rolls for products heated in air ovens through reducing plastic film thickness from 60 microns to 40 microns, resulting in a weight decrease by 0.97 grams per piece.

Impacts and Benefits

1.96  tonnes

Reduced plastic film usage

1.65  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

38  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Plastic tray replacement with food-grade craft paper packaging project

CPRAM Co., Ltd. develops high security chemical-free and contaminant-free craft paper packaging capable of safe usage in food containers as a replacement for plastic trays in an effort to reduce plastic usage by 7.09 grams per piece.

Impacts and Benefits

1.41  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

1.87  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

43  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Reduced the thickness of paper cups for Non-All Café beverages namely for Gulp, Slurpee, and Jet Spray project

Impacts and Benefits

120.24  tonnes

Reduced paper usage

432.57  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

10060  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Packaging material from sustainably managed sources project

  • Paper sleeves for toasts capable of recycling through replacing the material from polyethylene (PE) coated paper to greaseproof paper certified by the Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Scheme (PEFC)
  • Hot paper sandwich sleeves certified by the Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Scheme (PEFC)
  • Replaced straw plastic packaging with paper material certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
  • Receipt paper used in 7-Eleven stores are made from raw materials certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)

Impacts and Benefits

1512.19  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

35167  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Compostable packaging material selection project

  • “Save Earth Cup” made of polybutylene succinate (PBS) coated paper for hot and cold beverages in 874 7-Eleven stores operating on islands, in the area of educational institutes, and offices
  • Replace plastic swizzle sticks with biodegradable
  • Compostable meatball skewers

Impacts and Benefits

101.58  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

2362  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Recycled material/Recycled content based packaging project

  • Consumables used in 7-Eleven stores made from recycled materials such as trash bags, plastic bags, etc
  • Trash bags used in CP ALL Plc. Offices and distribution centers
  • Water pallets used in 7-Eleven stores, CP ALL Public Company Limited
  • Shopping baskets used in 7-Eleven stores, CP ALL Public Company Limited
  • Corrugated box made from recycled paper by CPRAM Co., Ltd

Impacts and Benefits

1796.83  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

8873.33  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

206426  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Reusable packaging selection project

Durable Bag was designed to withstand multiple usage

Impacts and Benefits

8768.19  tonnes

Reduced plastic usage

127014.20  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

2953819  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Elimination of packaging materials posing recycling challenges for Lotus’s brand products project

Lotus’s has established a goal to eliminate difficult-to-recycle materials from all Lotus’s brand products by 2030 as a measure to assist in environmental impact reduction. In 2022, Lotus’s was capable of eliminating packaging which poses recycling difficulties by up to 98.8% of all Lotus’s brand products. In addition, Lotus’s also recognizes the importance of supporting consumer behavior in waste sorting as a means to complete the Closed-Loop Packaging System and fulfill the package waste management scope. Other notable support measures include aims to raise recycling awareness and understanding among the communities while promoting recycling through packaging waste pick-up point expansion at various branches nationwide.

Impacts and Benefits

12.5  tonnes

Reduced materials posing recycling challenges

“Makro Saves the World (Say Hi to Bio Say No to Foam)” project

The Company aims to discontinue sales of single-use foam packaging at all distribution centers nationwide. The project initiated in 2019 at stores near seaside tourist destinations prior to expansion to cover all branches. In addition to organizing seminars to educate and promote continuously campaign activities, the Company stimulates sales of compostable packaging at economical prices as a means to entice entrepreneurs, restaurants, shops and general consumers. As a result, the biodegradable packaging segment has seen a growth up. Building on from supplier collaboration success in 2022, various activities have been organized while presenting over 530 environmentally friendly products, earmarking the Company as a nationally significant biodegradable packaging center and highlighting trends to motivate biodegradable packaging usage among restaurant entrepreneurs and general customers.

Impacts and Benefits

1542.33  tonnes or14%

Sales of environmentally friendly packaging increased


All stores stopped distributing foam packaging

107  million pieces

Throughout the entire project in 2019, environmentally friendly packaging products can reduce single-use foam packaging waste

Reduce and replace the single-use plastics at the consumption level to promote the concept of “reduce receiving, reduce giving = reduced usage” among consumers and employees

Agglomerating the power of Thai people to stop plastic bags usage project (continuously)

The Company continuously invites customers to bring cloth bags for use at convenience stores for plastic bags usage reduction, and campaign for environmentally friendly substitute materials usage. In addition, every time a customer doesn’t accept a plastic bag, the value of that bag is converted to funds for hospital medical supply and required equipment purchases and funds for various government agencies. The mentioned agencies comprise universities, educational institutes, schools, and vulnerable groups among others. In 2022, the continuous expansion to inviting customers to reject cutlery, straws, glasses and plastics under the "Reduce and Substitute" project, has a reduction in the use of plastic bags of 3,929.64 million bags and single-use plastics usage consisting of bags, spoons, forks, straws and glasses by 1,262 million pieces.

Impacts and Benefits

24643.92  tonnes

Reduced plastic waste

250612.47  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

5828197  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Green packaging project

7-Eleven stores campaign to refrain from handing out small bags except for hot items and switch to environmentally friendly packaging in a stores located on islands or near natural attractions, numbering over 1,000 stores.

Green coffee shop project

The Green Coffee Shop is a cooperative project between the Company and entrepreneurs to reduce plastic wastes in coffee shops through sorting and encouraging stores to direct wastes to recycling processes or through effective reuse. This measure encourages creativity and more environmentally friendly packaging or materials. In addition, CP ALL Public Company Limited jointly announced intentions with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment to reduce waste in the form of plastic cups and single-use plastic straws. Coffee shops and bakery houses within the CP ALL Public Company Limited umbrella consists of 4 brands:

  • ALL café introduces biodegradable packaging inclusive of paper cups for use in stores as a measure to reduce single-use plastics consumption. Drinking lids replace plastic straws while stirrers are now wood and recycled material sourced plastic bags are made durable for reuse, etc
  • Kudsan Bakery & Coffee uses 100% biodegradable packaging for both hot and cold drinks. In-store packing include paper-based items include cups, sleeves, baking paper and straws while the stirrer is wood-based, etc
  • Bellinee's Bake & Brew offers a paper carry bags, paper snack bags, paper cup for hot beverages, and a beautifully designed Bellini denim bag capable of reuse
  • MuanChon Coffee utilizes environmentally friendly packaging inclusive of biocup and biodegradable tissue paper in addition to shop interior decors fabricated from bio-based materials including cassava and coffee grounds,etc

Establish cooperation with allies, including the government, private sector, and education sector, to sort, recycle, and reduce plastic and non-plastic packaging destined as landfill waste

“Waste Sorting Bin” project

CP ALL Plc. organized “Waste Sorting Bin” project to encourage plastic waste separation before sustainably moving forward in accordance with the Circular Economy concept. In 2022, the Company installed sorting bins in front of 12,247 7-Eleven stores around the country. The Company in collaboration with 7 universities and 3 Wheels Uncle pushed forward innovative projects from new generation's ideas which encourages correct waste separation. “Circular Bin” project on Green2Get platform turns regular sorting bins in front of 7-Eleven stores into smart circular bins at over 60 locations in 7 universities around Bangkok and surrounding areas. When a user scans barcode from any products in front of the bins, waste sorting instructions will be displayed on the application, efficiently guiding plastic waste into the Circular Economy system.

Recycling Station and Resurrection Bags project

Lotus’s actively participates in campaigning and encouraging customers and consumers to recycle their waste packaging through utilizing stores, which cover various community reaching areas, as channels to receive packaging wastes as raw materials for recycling. Recycling Stations have been established to encourage awareness among customers for efficient resource usage to maximize benefits. Customers can drop off various recycled packaging categories at designated pick-up points provided by the Company. The received packaging is accepted into the system to be recycled or reused. Waste collection points are divided into packaging material category, including:

  • Cardboard box collection point Lotus’s has established collection points in every hypermarket store for paper boxes from customers. The combined total of collected boxes from customers and Lotus's business operations exceeds 32,936.13 tonnes. In collaboration with SCGP, the boxes are converted into 3,500 paper-based field beds which are donated to field hospitals nation-wide to assist patients infected with the COVID-19 virus (Boxes to Beds).
  • Clean plastic collection point through collaborating with business allies through the “Magic Hands X Wan” project and the send plastic home project 2.264 tonnes of plastic packaging were accepted into the system for recycling and conversion into thick, reusable plastic bags, etc
  • Clear plastic bottle (PET) collection point from the Reverse Vending Machine, which exchanges clear plastic bottles for Lotus’s Coins or eggs under the K. Kuad for K. Kai project, whereby Lotus’s Coins can be redeemed for discounts and various privileges, over 684,861 plastics bottles have been collected into the system. With proper recycling and transformation into new products, various projects including the Eco-Friendly Cloth Bag project, Shirts to Save the World, etc., were conceived
  • The 2nd Lucky draw with Coke is a collaborative project between Lotus, Coca Cola and Trash Lucky to collect used packaging for recycling. It is a campaign to raise people’s awareness and enable them to separate household waste according to types (plastic, glass, papers, metal) for a chance to win rewards. A total of 6 stores participated in the project. As much as 1,711 kilograms of packaging was collected back into the system in a span of 3 month, which is October - December 2022

In addition, Lotus’s has strictly discontinued providing single-use plastic bags in accordance with government policy since 2020 and has developed a "Resurrection Bag", a plastic bag that can be reused many times, made from recycled materials. This bag is sold to customers requiring it and can be exchanged for a new one free of charge if the old one is damaged. All damaged Resurrection Bags will be recycled into new Resurrection Bags as an approach to reduce plastic usage.

Impacts and Benefits

9088  tonnes

Reduce plastic usage from Resurrection Bags Project

363.52  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

8454  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

7-Eleven stores handle bag" from pallet wrapping film in distribution centers project

CP ALL Public Company Limited in collaboration with suppliers has collected plastic waste from the pallet wrapping film in distribution centers across the country for recycling and conversion into handle bags for use in 7-Eleven stores. The produced handle bags are 37 microns thick and therefore is durable and reusable.

Impacts and Benefits

761.05  tonnes

Reduced plastic waste to landfill

1121.29  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

26077  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

7-Eleven stores shopping baskets from broken brake cases at distribution centers project

CP ALL Public Company Limited modified and recycled broken brake cases into shopping baskets in 7-Eleven stores to reduce waste within stores and enable more cost-effective resource usage.

Impacts and Benefits

57.52  tonnes

Reduced waste volumes from broken brake cases

174.26  tCO2e

Reduced GHG emission

4052  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Uniform from plastic bottles project

CP ALL Plc. recycled plastic bottles into 7-Eleven’s employee’s uniform. The production of 1 employee shirt at 7-Eleven stores using recycled plastic bottles size 1.5 liters, 4 bottles and 1polo shirt for distribution center staff using bottles size 1.5 liters, 8 bottles. Product polo shirts for office-based employees using recycled 0.6 liters plastic bottles, a total of 12 bottles per a polo shift. At present, over 755,790 shirts have been produced for employees and over 3,330,308 plastic bottles have been recycled.

Impacts and Benefits

103.62  tonnes

Reduced plastic waste to landfill

120.31  tCO2e

ลดปล่อยก๊าซReduced GHG emissionเรือนกระจก

2798  trees

Equivalent to the plantation

Adding value to managed contaminated plastic plant waste project

CPRAM Co., Ltd. collects contaminated plastic waste from the plant production process for shipment to external processing companies and further conversion into waste fuel (Refuse Derived Fuel: RDF). The produced biofuel from waste has a high specific heat and is thus considered a clean source of energy.

Impacts and Benefits

1128.29  tonnes

Reduced plastic waste to landfill

“Empty Bottles, Not Empty Values” project

The sorting of empty plastic bottles offers a number of benefits. Siam Makro Public Company Limited therefore collects clear plastic bottles (PET) to be processed into various products and as a measure to reduce global resource consumption, merit making, creating careers and supporting public health.

Operations Results in 2022
The Company invites employees to drop off PET at the bottle collection point at the head office or Makro distribution centers

Donation of clear plastic water bottles by over 2.4  million bottles
Capable of conversion into 120000  employee shirts
Equivalent to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 73.92  tCO2e
The Company cooperates with Wat Chak Daeng, Phra Pradaeng District, Samut Prakan Province to collect used PET bottles from the distribution center near Wat Chak Daeng to be processed into monk robes. Remote stores will collect PET bottles for sale and donate money to the Chak Daeng Temple
Donation of PET water bottles to Wat Chak Daeng by over 2.32   million bottles (38.76 tonnes)
Financial donation to Jakdaeng temple 126636  Baht
Equivalent to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 111.82  tCO2e
The Company collaborates with Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited to transform PET bottles into high-quality PPE suits through establishing 6 pilot collection points at the following Makro branches: Nakhon Pathom branch, Salaya branch, Petchkasem branch, Bangbon branch, Charansanitwong branch and Chaengwattana branch Donation of clear plastic water bottles by over 285659  bottles (4.86 tonnes)
Equivalent to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 4.86  tCO2e

Innovative packaging research and development project

CP ALL Public Company Limited has developed new packaging for hot sandwich products to reduce plastic bags usage. The project plan and timeline for all operations are divided into 4 Phases, comprise 1) Lap-scale prototype design 2) Pilot testing in 110 7-Eleven stores 3) Scale up results in 7-Eleven stores in Bangkok and metropolitan (BE) 6,000 stores, as well as 4) Scale up usage in 7-Eleven nationwide The project is currently in Phase 4 .The development concept requires coverage of all 4 areas:

  • The product must maintain identical characteristics and quality
  • The customers, both internal customers (operation) and external customers (consumer) must find the product acceptable
  • The environmental aspect encompasses requirements for newly developed packaging to be recyclable and materials be certified as sustainable (Sustainably - Managed Renewable Resources)
  • The economics aspect entails control of overall product cost to ensure product sales at the same assessable-to-customers price and does not affect the Company cost-profit outlook

Experimentation with packaging improvements for hot baked sandwich products are as follows:

  • Phase 1 Design of hot sandwich paper box with a handle capable of being carried without requiring an additional plastic bag layer. Customer feedback of the respective design includes inconvenience in carrying and concerns regarding cleanliness and contamination without an additional carry bag
  • Phase 2 Design of packaging as foldable paper sleeves with proper moisture retention property thus not requiring holes for ventilation and humidity release, which has proper moisture wicking properties. Customer feedback is satisfactory for this second packaging iteration and remarks show capability to fulfill development concepts encompassing all 4 areas stated above

Impacts and Benefits

Product quality upon delivery is better than or equivalent the quality level using the original packaging

Capable of protecting the product from contamination arising from external conditions

Usage of paper certified to be sustainably managed, renewable, and recyclable

Does not affect the overall product cost

200000  Baht

Budget for research and development in the amount

190.81  tonnes per year

Reduce single-use plastic bags by approximately

368.49  tonnes per year

Reduce paper usage, through modifying paper type, by approximately

Metric used to determine the compensation of executive members

The company cascaded the corporate KPIs to designated functions. A few KPIs are joint KPIs for the performances that required cross-functional collaboration. Executives, including Assistant Vice President of Purchasing division, Senior Manager of Packaging Development division - Food Support Center, and General Manager of Green Packaging Engagement and Partnership division, who are responsible for lowering amount (tons) of plastic used in products packaging. The actions require collaboration from suppliers to apply 3R concept to their production. To achieve this target, it reflects in their 10%, 25% and 30% weight in the respective executive’s performance evaluation (KPIs).

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