Cadence, Inc. has been awarded a bronze medal for sustainability from EcoVadis , a provider of business sustainability ratings. Cadence’s rating is derived from EcoVadis’ sustainability scorecard, which provided performance data in four main categories: environment, ethics, labor and human rights, and sustainable procurement.

Cadence has been awarded a bronze medal for sustainability. (Credit: Cadence)

“We are extremely proud of the bronze medal from EcoVadis,” says Chris McHugh, vice president of operations. “Corporate social responsibility is important to our customers, and this award confirms our commitment to sustainability for the betterment of our customers, stakeholders, employees, and the environment.”

Founded in 2007, EcoVadis has created a global network of more than 75,000 companies in over 160 countries that are sustainability rated. EcoVadis is a global provider of business sustainability ratings, intelligence, and collaborative performance improvement tools for supply chains.

Cadence is a full-service contract manufacturer for medical device, diagnostics, aerospace, and commercial companies worldwide. The company's services range from initial product design through manufacturing, supply chain management, and full warehousing and logistics. Cadence employs approximately 500 people with its corporate headquarters in Staunton, VA, and additional locations in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin.