Rosenheim – HARO wins over consumers. More and more shoppers today look beyond the price tag when they make their buying decisions. For years now, one of the other factors they consider in these decisions is whether a company is sustainable and is widely known for assuming its environmental, economic and social responsibility. As it has done many times before, HARO recently won a TOP ranking on the Deutschland Test 2021.
HARO is unreservedly recommended to others
Consumers gave HARO, Germany’s leading parquet brand, high marks in all three categories. This praise also extended to HARO floor-covering products that consumers viewed as being especially sustainable and high quality. The ratings by the respondents enabled HARO to be ranked No. 1 in the category “floor-covering maker”.
Long-term commitment pays off
HARO partners profit from this ranking across the board. The reason is simple: In the minds of consumers, HARO is a sustainable brand, just like in years past. “The new ranking as ‘award winner’ in the Deutschland Test confirms that we are moving in the right direction in terms of transparency and sustainability as part of everything we do,” Dr Peter M. Hamberger says. “We are proud of the fact that we produce only healthy living floor coverings that have been awarded such highly respected environmental certificates as the Blauer Engel (Blue Angel). We are also continuously improving our eco-balance. Our work here extends from the sources of our raw materials and energy management in our plants to well-conceived logistics processes. We stand for the very highest level of living comfort in harmony with nature.”
HARO partners should actively mention HARO’s latest award in their conversations with customers. In doing so, they can sell them not only on the company’s naturally beautiful flooring, but also on a brand that demonstrably stands for environmental action.
HARO Award for Commitment to Sustainability. HARO honored once again for its focus on sustainability.TOP ranking on the DEUTSCHLAND TEST 2021
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Our Environment concerns all of us. It is the space we live in, the home of people, animals and plants and the future of our children and grandchildren. Everything HARO can do to protect our environment, no matter how big or small, is a primary consideration for us. HARO therefore always act responsibly, with respect for the environment and with an eye to the future.