Warden Plastics meets ethical and sustainable supply chain global standard

26/09/2018 | Category: News

WARDEN Plastics, the Luton based plastic injection moulding and extrusion company, has become a Sedex audited member following an external audit. Sedex is one of the world’s largest organisations for helping companies manage responsible sourcing in their supply chain, helping protect people, the environment and business.

The Made in Britain member worked alongside auditors over the past year to meet compliance across labour standards, health and safety, the environment and business ethics.

Mark Barrett, managing director of Warden Plastics, told Made in Britain, “We work hard to apply the most stringent ethical and environmental standards to our business operations and supply chain, and we’re always looking to develop further. The audit enabled us to review the strengths and weaknesses of our internal systems and make improvements. Becoming a Sedex audited member demonstrates to our customers, staff and suppliers that we are truly committed to ethical performance and continuous improvement. We’re proud to have achieved this global audit standard.”

Warden Plastics works nationally and globally with companies in a wide range of industry sectors including automotive, electronics, medical, defence and construction. It invests heavily in advanced technology and production capability. Since it was established in 1957, the company has displayed a strong corporate social responsibility culture, always aiming to go beyond compliance in areas of sustainability, business integrity and health and safety.

Warden Plastics is part of Warden Biomedia and you can see its member profile here

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