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A Better Way to Label With Dymo


From their beginning in 1958 as an embossing company, DYMO has grown to become a leader in the labelling industry, with a global reach and responsibility. That responsibility is of great importance to DYMO and they are committed to maximising their customer’s efficiency while investing in sustainability—one label at a time.

With this initiative, DYMO has a dedicated team striving to become more sustainable every day, not only through their products and packaging, but also through their production and transportation processes, and their social and environmental responsibilities.

Their Commitment to Sustainability

Forest Stewardship Council

DYMO paper products are FSC Mix meaning that these products are made of material from well-managed, FSC-certified forests and other controlled sources.

The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is a global, non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management worldwide.

100% Post-Industrial Waste

DYMO plastic external cassettes are made from 100% recycled material.

Dymo’s materials come from scrap materials created by manufacturers that were destined for disposal. These scraps are then processed and reused to create their label cassettes.

99% Post-Consumer Waste

DYMO cardboard sleeve and box label packaging are made from 80% recycled material, while DYMO plastic blister label packaging is made from 60% recycled material.

The materials have been diverted and recovered from consumer waste materials that were destined for disposal and are now reused to create their packaging.

What Dymo are doing