ISO-9001 is a standard that establishes the requirements for a quality management system. It makes it possible to reduce production costs, improve purchasing practices, take care of the well-being of its employees, but also listen to and respond to external interested parties.
The ISO-14001:2015 standard is a framework defining the rules for integrating environmental concerns into the organization's activities.
Our quality and environmental management systems have been certified ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 by LR.
Created in 1993, the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council®, or Forest Support Council) is an international label guaranteeing that the wood used complies with sustainable forest management procedures.
GOTS is a label that certifies dignified working conditions, respect for the environment and also the fact that a product does not affect the health of those who wear it.
Oeko-Tex is a quality label comprising several technical standards, aimed at certifying the sanitary and ecological qualities of textiles by guaranteeing the absence of toxic products for the body and the environment.
The Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certifies the recycled content of a product but also verifies compliance with environmental and social criteria.
The Coq Vert Community is a community of leaders convinced of the need to act and already committed to the ecological and energy transition. Launched by Bpifrance, in partnership with ADEME and the Ministry of Ecological Transition, this Community aims to promote the sharing of expertise between committed entrepreneurs.
France's economic recovery plan 2020-2022 is a program established by the French government with the aim of reviving the French economy.
Bpifrance Excellence is the business network of growth companies supported by Bpifrance. The objective of this network is to connect companies to help them boost their business together.
For 12 years, the Trophées PME RMC has supported and rewarded the work of small and medium-sized enterprises that contribute to the dynamism of our economy.
It is the unique French movement that brings together start-ups, but also investors, decision-makers and community builders and whose mission is to make France one of the most attractive countries.
The French Fab, launched on October 2, 2017 by Bruno Lemaire, is the banner of French industry on the move and embodies the companies, economic players, institutions and industrial sites located in France who recognize themselves in the desire to develop french industry.