Thoughts from a chair.
Do companies have goals beyond the stuff they produce? I like to think so. And that making strong, intelligent choices, along with strong, intelligent products, is a pretty good path.
Emeco started in 1944. We took salvaged aluminum and made chairs for the US Navy. A war-time necessity. That became an ongoing direction. Today it's scrap plastic. We keep it out of oceans and landfills and instead turn it into chairs that last. A planet necessity.
Reuse. Recycle. Re-imagine. Begin with what’s left over. Turn it into what will last. 75 years on, that still feels pretty fresh.
- Gregg Buchbinder, CEO, Emeco