A voluntary, sustainable commitment

ISO certification is a voluntary step taken by the company. We strive for customer satisfaction and want to create a climate of trust by developing the necessary in-house capacity to offer consistently high-quality products.

The application of these standards may require individual certifications or, as in some Group entities, a sustainable approach. ISO 9001 establishes an organisation to inspire customers' trust by striving towards continuing improvement.

ISO 14001 is a tool used to control the impacts of the company’s activities on soil, air, noise and water. Finally, ISO 22000 specifies the requirements for product food safety management.

 
   
 

Global Compact Principles

In May 2003, we undertook to respect and promote the Global Compact principles. The Global Compact is an appeal to heads of international corporations by Kofi Annan, former United Nations Secretary-General, in 1999 at Davos.

This agreement comprises a set of principles established on the basis of universally accepted agreements, namely the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organisation Declaration, the Rio Declaration on Environment and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption.

By responding to this appeal, our company has made a volunteer-based commitment to adopting, supporting, and applying the fundamental values set out in the ten principles.

 
 

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