Quadra Featured in Newsweek’s “Chemicals: The New Era”

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At Quadra, sustainability is more than just a buzzword; it is a core principle that guides our operations and strategy. From reducing our environmental impact to fostering a culture of continuous improvement and responsible business practices, Quadra is committed to leading the way in creating a more sustainable chemical industry.

Anne Marie Infilise, Quadra’s president and CEO, is proud to have been one of the industry’s top leaders to be approached by Newsweek on the role of sustainability within the chemical industry, and how it impacts its future.

“Today, sustainability is a crucial aspect of our operations, influencing our strategies and partnerships across the industry,” notes Anne Marie Infilise in the Newsweek article.

She goes on to discuss how Quadra is a family-owned, people-focused organization deeply committed to reimagining the possibilities within the chemical industry. She mentions how our guiding principle is to put people first, fostering a culture where together we can address customer challenges, benefit our communities, and support our suppliers. Finally, the interview highlights how Quadra stands as a partner in progress, dedicated to achieving sustainable and impactful solutions across the industries and communities we serve.

As the chemical industry continues to navigate this transformative era, the leadership and vision of individuals like Anne Marie Infilise will be crucial in ensuring that sustainability remains at the forefront of the sector’s evolution. The insights shared in Newsweek’s interview underscore the importance of embracing change and working together to build a better, more sustainable future for all.

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Read Anne Marie Infilise’s interview