The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) has granted a certification to Switzerland’s Clondalkin Flexible Packaging Kirchberg, recognising the company's commitment to reduce its environment footprint.
The newly awarded recognition, ISO 14001:2015, outlines the criteria for environmental management systems and recognises companies that have adopted environmentally responsible practices.
Clondalkin Flexible Packaging Kirchberg managing director Bernhard Jäggisaid: “We are committed to the environment and for many years we have been investing in technologies and raw materials to prevent or minimise the effects of our products on the environment.
“We are currently developing additional projects and processes to reduce CO and VOC emissions. The sustainable and environmentally friendly use of resources is defined by annual targets.
“The health and safety of our employees, and thus their work safety, is also at the top of our agenda. Our goal is zero accidents. We achieve this through continuous training, highly experienced supervisors and encouraging a positive safety culture amongst employees.”
Furthermore, Clondalkin Kirchberg is also certified to meet the ISO9001: 2015 quality management standard and the BritishRetail Consortium (BRC) global standard for product safety.
Clondalkin Kirchberg is currently involved in the production of shrink sleeves, lidding materials and printed foils for the dairy, beverage, confectionery and pharmaceutical industries.
The company also provides extrusion, printing, laminating and finishing solutions for various packaging applications.