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Imprint commits to FSC for large format

Pureprint has undertaken certification to Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) for its large format print division, Imprint.

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The large format division of Pureprint is based in Newcastle

The Sussex-based firm originally bought Imprint in 2015, adding large format point of sale (POS) to its portfolio. The FSC certification joins a wave of other environmental certification for the group – Pureprint is Carbon Neutral, ISO 14001 and 27001 certified and developed the Pureprint environmental printing system and in 2013 won, the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development.

Our customers have similar goals and concerns to the Pureprint core customer and environmental responsibility is high on their agenda

Dave Bullivant, managing director comments: “As part of Pureprint Group who lead the way in environmentally conscious and sustainable printing we are on a journey to make the large format part of our business mirror our parent company. Our customers have similar goals and concerns to the Pureprint core customer and environmental responsibility is high on their agenda. We are striving to meet these customer needs and make the large format part of the business as sustainable and ethical as is possible.”

The FSC chain of custody certification verifies that at each stage of the manufacturing process, products are handled and cultivated responsibly from forest to shelf to tackle issues like logging, deforestation and forest degradation in certified areas.

The firm has shown further commitment to the environment by becoming a member of Sedex, the ethical supplier register that enable businesses to protect themselves and the environment by sharing information with members regarding their ethical and social performance.

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