Flower packager receives FSC certification

Broekhof USA, a company in flower packaging, has earned the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody certification (SCS-COC-007184) as a group member of the Small Business Certification Network (FSC C125400). 

By becoming FSC Chain-of-custody certified, Broekhof USA receives recognition for providing products from environmentally and socially responsible sources. FSC is the global authority for responsible forest management. ‘Chain of custody’ is the path taken by raw materials from the forest to the consumer, including all successive stages of processing, transformation, manufacturing, printing, and distribution.

"This FSC certification shows that we are absolutely aware that we must take care of our earth by using energy and raw materials responsibly. As a packaging wholesaler with paper and wood as a core part of our business, Broekhof USA is concerned about the future of the world’s endangered forests and is committed to implementing policies that facilitate conservation," said Jim Bos, Managing Director of Broekhof USA.

Broekhof USA, part of the Paardekooper Group, is on route to offering 100% FSC certified paper, cardboard, and wood items following the Paardekooper sustainability policy.

"Broekhof USA is also committed to protecting the environment and to the responsible use of natural resources. Our packaging solutions are specifically designed to extend the lifecycle of flowers and plants through aesthetic protection while focusing on sustainability. For the past years, we have been continuously developing and designing new packaging concepts that are made from recycled materials, 100% recyclable, renewable or biodegradable."

For more information:
Joyce Aerts

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