Corporate Social Responsibility

Coquecol is convinced that to achieve sustainable development we must have integrated health, safety, environment and quality policy that constitutes the roadmap to ensure the welfare of those who participate in our business environment.
We have developed a policy that is based on four main areas to ensure the welfare of those who participate in our business environment. Here we present the areas:

  • Industrial Security
  • Environment
  • Quality
  • Corporate Social Responsibility – Coquecol foundation

Coquecol Foundation

Coquecol positively impacts the communities surrounding its work areas and benefits their families, betting on Corporate Social Responsibility as a fundamental pillar of its management.

Currently, Coquecol benefits 4572 people through its Foundation (Coquecol foundation, formerly, Funcarbón). The Coquecol Foundation works through four lines of action: Family, Environment, Education and Relationship.

The beneficiaries are geographically distributed between Cundinamarca, Boyacá and Norte de Santander.

Corporate Social Responsability

Coquecol is convinced that to achieve sustainable development we must have integrated health, safety, environment and quality policy that constitutes the roadmap to ensure the welfare of those who participate in our business environment.
We have developed a policy that is based on four main areas to ensure the welfare of those who participate in our business environment. Here we present the areas:

  • Industrial Security
  • Environment
  • Quality
  • Corporate Social Responsibility – Coquecol foundation

Coquecol Foundation

Coquecol positively impacts the communities surrounding its work areas and benefits their families, betting on Corporate Social Responsibility as a fundamental pillar of its management.

Currently, Coquecol benefits 4572 people through its Foundation (Coquecol foundation, formerly, Funcarbón). The Coquecol Foundation works through four lines of action: Family, Environment, Education and Relationship.

The beneficiaries are geographically distributed between Cundinamarca (48%), Boyacá (29%) and Norte de Santander (23%).

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