People, planet and plywood

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22 February 2018

The plywood panels from Pedro Garnica’s family company are used in caravans, furniture and to make Steve Jobs’ boat. And if you’ve ever sat at a school desk in Spain, chances are it was made from his wood.

In this video interview from a forest in La Rioja, Spain, Pedro tells us about how Garnica grew from its humble origins making fruit boxes, why creating jobs in small towns is so important to him, and how sustainability is a vital part of Garnica’s business.

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Pedro Garnica, president of Garnica, sits with ING Wholesale Banking’s Carlos Garcia-Peredo to talk about his business and vision on sustainability (3:53).

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