National Flexible Strengthens its Ethical Credentials

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National Flexible Strengthens its Ethical Credentials

November 05
13:11 2010

National Flexible, the Bradford-based company specialising in flexible film packaging, has strengthened its ethical credentials through actively working with Sedex, one of the fastest growing not-for-profit organisations dedicated to driving improvements in standards and practices on a global scale.

As a long standing participant in the Sedex scheme, National Flexible’s Quality Assurance team has worked hard behind the scenes to develop a focused CSR policy which underpins the commercial activities of the business.

“The packing industry is becoming more and more global with materials being sourced from further afield,” says National Flexible’s QA manager, Caroline Clay. “We take great care to ensure we apply consistently high standards throughout all areas of the business – including our overseas suppliers.”

With a growing number of high profile UK manufacturing customers including Hallmark Cards, United Biscuits and Premier Foods, National Flexible has established itself at the forefront of quality materials, procedures and practices in the packaging industry. Independently audited, the company has become well known as the preferred supplier of packaging films for the food, bakery, snack, contract packing and pharmaceutical industries.

To contact National Flexible’s commercial team call 01274 685566 or email sales@nationalflexible.net

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