Phoenix Design Aid adds FSC CoC® certificate to management system
Upon certification procedures and a visit from the business assurance provider, DNV GL, Phoenix Design Aid has been found to conform to the international FSC Standard for Chain of Custody Certification.
As one of the first communications agencies, Danish SME Phoenix Design Aid recently received a certificate for the production of printed material following the international FSC Standard for CoC (Chain of Custody) Certification. As holder of a trademark license (FSC-C130488), the company has moved a step up from its previous status as FSC trader.
Danish SME, Phoenix Design Aid, is a communications agency with expertise in graphic services and communication solutions, primarily serving international and intergovernmental organizations, UN and EU agencies, NGOs and public authorities.
Implementation of the FSC CoC management systems is a way for Phoenix Design Aid to effectively control its processing system and demonstrate to clients the origin of the material in products. Suppliers and partners who contribute to the production of FSC printed matters must equally hold a FSC certification to work with the FSC label.
Our certification and enrollment in the CoC for FSC Certified Products is an important step forward for Phoenix Design Aid and our partners. The FSC certification ensures our partners and clients that paper and cardboard products, purchased from Phoenix Design Aid, originate from environmentally responsible, socially equitable, and economically viable forests.
– states Managing Director, Dennis Nielsen.
Phoenix Design Aid applies its FSC certification to provide a credible guarantee to clients that products, sold with the company’s FSC certificate code, originate from well-managed forests, controlled sources, reclaimed materials, or a mixture of these.
FSC stands for Forest and Stewardship Council®. It is a global, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management worldwide. FSC enables businesses and consumers to make informed choices about the forest products they buy, and create positive change by engaging the power of market dynamics.
FSC Chain of Custody is an information trail about the path taken by products from the forest or, in the case of recycled materials, from the reclamation site to the consumer, including each stage of processing, transformation, manufacturing, and distribution where progress to the next stage of the supply chain involves a change of ownership.