Our  commitment to sustainable policy

Antalis strives to ensure that growth goes hand-in-hand with responsible environmental practices.

Our commitment:

Antalis is committed to responsible environmental practices and our sustainability strategy relies on 3 pillars
- Ecological products and services
- FSCTM multi-site certification
- Robust Supplier Code of Conduct

All Antalis group companies have adopted the “Antalis Sustainability Charter” and we continue to implement actions to reduce our carbon footprint in procurement, business travel, supply chain and waste management.

Our environmental  products: for the best choice for our customers:

We offer a broad range of certified and recycled products across all our market segments. The Cocoon range of 100% recycled, quality coated papers with superior whiteness is one of best-selling examples, or choose from a variety of PEFC and FSCTM certified papers.  We continue to add new environmental options, such as Olin, our premium uncoated paper range made from 100% ECF pulp. The recently launched Keaykolour Creative Papers range contains between 30-100% PCW (post-consumer waste) recycled content in the new and sophisticated recycled FSCTM certified grades. The “ReKreate” range in Keaykolour is a unique product that re-uses fibres normally lost in the recycling process.

Our supply chain strategy: fully transparent for our customers.

In addition to the focus on offering products with a strong environmental performance, we also pay close attention to the environmental credentials of the entire supply chain. The Antalis group is the first in the industry to set up a multi-site FSC and PEFC certification to ensure full traceability and transparency through the entire supply chain.

Audits are performed on logistics, information systems and marketing and sales processes. The use of standards means that all certified group countries are required to meet the same strict environmental requirements.

This certification has been granted to 36 entities worldwide in 2013.

What’s more, we select suppliers who commit to more sustainable sourcing. Most of them abide our  environmental “supplier code of conduct”.