Apart from procedures on Operational Excellence, the “PalletBiz Way” comprises policies on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as well as guidelines on Environment, Health and Safety (EHS).
As mentioned in our Mission statement, we shall achieve our goals while at the same time ensuring adherence to international standards for CSR and EHS. Our production units are often getting certified in accordance with the CSR and/or EHS standards of our clients or our financial partners.
In addition to conforming with default operating and quality standards of our host countries, PalletBiz has a clear ambition to stay ahead of the game and secure the highest quality and international operating standards that our clients value. This includes an ongoing process of recycling and energy usage and emissions from operations.
Besides being FSC certified, an ISO certification has also been achieved within the PalletBiz Environment Strategy. You can view the certificate here.
PalletBiz supports all green initiatives, and is continuously looking for new ways that can help our organization grow and develop in a sustainable manner.
PalletBiz Romania has started getting involved in several local initiatives to replant forests and will continue to support only sustainable foresting operations as sources of supply. The franchisee therefore took the decision in 2012 to become FSC certified, in order to take a leading stand within the packaging industry and to participate in maintaining the forest’s biodiversity, productivity, as well ecological processes.
Although PalletBiz Romania is the first and currently the only one in our network to receive the above mentioned certification, our organization aims to have all the other franchisees certified as well in the next couple of years. PalletBiz Romania has set a leading example, and inspires the rest of the network to follow its steps towards better sustainability. The entire PalletBiz network shares the mission of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) to; “promote environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial, and economically viable management of the world’s forests”.