Earlier this year, fragrance manufacturer published its first-ever sustainability commitment
CPL Aromas is giving its fragrance department a boost with a new ‘state-of-the-art’ workspace.
The facility is located in the French region of Suresnes and is said to be double the size of its previous centre.
As part of its ergonomic design, the company's marketing team, evaluators and perfumers will be able to work more collaboratively on its projects, said CPL Aromas.
This, it claims, will allow for more flexibility and creativity on its projects.
Its General Manager for France, Olivier du Boisbaudry, said: “The reality has mirrored our initial intention - we have excellent new facilities to support our local and global customers as well as collaborative space to support our global perfumery team.”
Meanwhile, its senior creative perfumer Dominique Preyssas said the space provided a “dynamic working environment with views overlooking the Seine, [...] which are great for inspiring new fragrance ideas.”
Today, CPL Aromas employs 600 people globally, 17 of which are in France, and operates in more than 100 countries globally.
It also recently joined the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil shortly after publishing its first-ever sustainability report.
The 14 objectives include developing and implementing responsible sourcing and using renewable energy sources.