Concentrol, the leading company in chemical solutions, is highly committed to innovating with chemistry to add value and ensure the present and future well-being of our society. In line with this objective, the corporation has successfully positioned itself as one of the finisher participants in the Shared Value Training Program.

This training program aims to analyze the social and environmental issues within the mobility ecosystem and transform them into solutions and opportunities that generate shared value in the sector. It is based on the concept of Shared Value, developed by Michael Porter of Harvard University, with the goal of enhancing the competitiveness of companies while improving the social and economic conditions of the communities in which they operate. Furthermore, it offers the possibility of obtaining the B-Corp certification, which assesses the sustainability level of companies and provides added value for differentiation.

For Concentrol, participation in this program has resulted in a deeper strategic focus on corporate sustainability issues and their integration into business activities. Additionally, by engaging in events like this, Concentrol aims to establish its presence in the sector and foster connections and synergies with other corporations.

This eight-month training program was organized by ACCIÓ‘s Catalunya Clusters program, in collaboration with the mobility sector clusters Light Mobility and In-Move by Railgrup, and with the support of Roots for Sustainability (R4S). The program consisted of two parallel work blocks: the first focused on shared value strategies at the sectoral level, and the second centered around measuring social and environmental results at the individual level.

Concentrol firmly believes that the creation of shared value opportunities in the sector contributes to improving its social and environmental impact.