Polflam: Another Milestone Achieved in Sustainable Business Practices

Date: 20 February 2024
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Another Milestone Achieved in Sustainable Business Practices
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Date: 20 February 2024

POLFLAM partner GLOBSPEED earns PEFC certification for sustainable wood packaging.

Polflam is excited to share a significant development in their partner's journey. GLOBSPEED, manufacturer of crafting wooden packaging tailored to the needs of demanding products, has recently been awarded the prestigious PEFC certification (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification). This certification underscores GLOBSPEED’s commitment to responsible wood management throughout its production processes.

Among its innovative solutions, GLOBSPEED employs reusable wooden racks designed to minimize load damage, offering secure transportation and storage of POLFLAM fire-resistant glass. Polflam is thrilled to announce the arrival of the first batch of GLOBSPEED wooden racks bearing the PEFC certification at their factory.

This achievement not only reflects their dedication but also aligns seamlessly with Polflam's ethos of responsible business practices. Here’s to continued collaboration and sustainability in all their endeavors!

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