A voluntary process ensuring quality and environmental responsibility.
Quality is an integral part of the MEDIA6 approach by the very nature of the services we provide and the clients we work for. Since our products are associated with our customers’ brand image, our primary objective has to be quality. This is why we are constantly striving to improve our knowledge of quality criteria and our customers’ needs, by taking careful note of what they say and modifying our production accordingly.
But it doesn’t stop there: MEDIA6 is also keen to ensure that its policies comply fully with international Quality Management standards. Our MEDIA6 Production PLV and MEDIA6 Production Métal subsidiaries have been awarded ISO 9001 V 2008 certification and all the Group’s other factories base their Quality Management on the same criteria.
MEDIA6 Production PLV, ISO 9001 V 2008 and ISO 14001 V 2004 certified
MEDIA6 Production Métal, ISO 9001 V 2008 and ISO 14001 V 2004 certified
We take environmental issues very seriously and we are continually developing new strategies to ensure that our products are produced in keeping with sustainable development principles. To meet this commitment, MEDIA6 is focused on three fundamental points: First, we go beyond these quality standards and pre-empt future regulations.
Second, we keep an eye on technological trends so that we can offer a more environmentally-friendly range of products, following eco-friendly design principles and using organic and recycled materials.
And finally, we obtain recognised certification for our factories and working methods.
As part of this, our MEDIA6 Production PLV and MEDIA6 Agencement Shop Fittings subsidiaries implemented a chain of custody in December 2009 that complies with PEFC requirements and can now supply products certified under this scheme, including plain and recycled cardboard POP display materials, which can be stamped with the PEFC logo. This certification commits the MEDIA6 Group to using responsible, sustainable development forest management techniques and promoting forest protection organisations.