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Technotraf strengthens commitment to sustainability with FSC certification

  • Quadpack
Europe, Beauty, Personal Care, Tree Derivatives, Wood, Laboratory, Testing, Certification

Technotraf Wood Packaging, part of Quadpack Group's Manufacturing Division, has been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). With its existing PEFC certification, it is now on the Chain of Custody of two of the world's largest forest management programmes.

FSC is an independent, non-profit organisation that sets standards under which forests and companies are certified. More than 380 million acres of forest are certified under FSC's system. FSC certification ensures that products come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits. 

"At Technotraf, we work only with wood from European forests that are sustainably managed. Certification helps us demonstrate our commitment and helps encourage countries to manage their forests. After all, wood is the only packaging material that can be an endlessly-renewable resource. Organisations like the FSC are successfully paving the way towards this goal", said Technotraf Commercial Director Jaume Ordeig.

Technotraf is the first wooden beauty packaging manufacturer to achieve FSC certification and to be certified by both the FSC and the PEFC.

FSC Number: SGSCH-COC-060097.


  • Wood
    • Corporate Social Responsibility
      • Positive Impact Processes

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        • Modified 30 Jul 2021
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