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Responsible Manufacturing



Our aim is to identify and work with suppliers who prefer manufacturing products in a way that balances economic viability, social wellbeing and environment stewardship. Our preferred suppliers would always be ones who like to take a proactive approach that seeks to minimize harm and Maximize positive contributions across all aspects of manufacturing processes and product life cycle.
Inorder to do so, Having experience of over 20 years in compliance and sustainability, , we vet all suppliers on following key principles:

  1. Compliance with Regulation standards: If the manufacturer adheres to local and international regulations, standards and certifications that promote responsible manufacturing practices, helping in ensuring that product meet quality and safety requirements.
  2. Environment Sustainability: If the manufacturer aim to reduce the environmental foot print of production processes by minimizing the use of natural resources, lowering energy consumption and reducing emissions of pollutants and green house gases. This often involves incorporating sustainable materials, optimizing manufacturing processes and implementing recycling and waste reduction.
  3. Ethical labor Practices: If the manufacturer is ensuring fair and safe working conditions for employees. This includes fair wages, reasonable working hours, safe workplaces and adherence to labor laws. Moreover, promoting worker well being and invest in training and development programs.
  4. Social Responsibility: If the manufacturer thinks and is working about the impact of their operations on local communities and society at large. This may involve supporting community development, engaging in philanthropic activities and fostering positive relations with stake holders
  5. Product Life Cycle Management: If the manufacturer is striving to create products that are durable, repairable and recyclable. Responsible manufacturing extends beyond the production phase to encompass the entire lifecycle of a product, from design and sourcing of raw materials to use and end-of-life disposal or recycling.
  6. Transparency and accountability: If the Manufacturer is willing to communicate openly about their practices, policies and performance related to responsible manufacturing. This includes disclosing information about supply chain practices, environmental impacts and efforts to address short comings.
  7. Innovation and continuous improvement: If the manufacturer is willing to commit themselves to ongoing innovation and improvement. This includes adopting new technologies, processes and materials that contribute to more sustainable and efficient production methods.

Suppliers have a habbit of seeing everything through the lense of financial benefits and often are not ready to commit to new things. We not only help in finding the right partners for our customers but also train these companies in understanding the benefits of these requirements for them.