To begin with productivity and cost control were enough to ensure the success of our company. Today, in addition to these key aspects, innovation, uniqueness, an ability to learn, a sophisticated product and service offer, a flexible approach to changing market conditions and an acute awareness of our customers needs, are all required to ensure our success continues. All theses key factors are underpinned up by a systematic quality management system.
By successfully developing and implementing a comprehensive Environmental Management System, ISO 14001, which was launched in 1999, we have ensured one of the largest wood processing companies in Europe, will always be aware, and ahead of our responsibilities to our planet. Theses measures have been taken primarily to benefit the environment, but amazingly, they have also led to cost savings, despite the associated investment costs. These results, in addition to us remaining true to our core values, have resulted in us improving our competitiveness in the global market.
The D&B Rating Certificate is the quality certification mark for commerce and stands for both reliability and stability. Only two percent of Swiss companies meet the conditions for the D&B Rating Certificate. This commendation authenticates SWISS KRONO AG as a trustworthy and attractive business partner, exhibiting a stable business situation and very good payment behaviour.
SWISS KRONO AG’s core conviction is for sustainable climate protection. The voluntary declaration of joining the Energy Agency for Industry, has committed SWISS KRONO AG to the active reduction of CO2 emissions and to optimize energy efficiency. The corresponding target agreement is audited by the Swiss federal government.
As one of the world's most important Laminate Flooring manufacturers, we also make sure that we are centre stage in the promotion of Laminate Flooring, and its image worldwide. Huge resources are also devoted to the possible applications and development of this product.
FSC – Forrest Stewardship Council. A truly credible label.
FSC stands for a transparent, well-conceived system for the traceability of Timber, which takes into account the needs of both Industry and consumers:
- A clear statement of sustainable forest management is the first requirement.
- Transparent and traceable system of logging, processing, business to business transactions, right through to the finished product
- Globally valid system with the same credible and recognisable label. National differences are considered and catered for.
SWISS LABEL promotes confidence in the Swiss economy and supports the marketing of Swiss quality products and services at home, and abroad. SWISS LABEL strengthens the identity of Switzerland as a major, global export market. It also highlights the origin and quality, which consciousness buyers and consumers of goods and service from Switzerland, have come to expect.
HSH The label declares the origin of the wood from Swiss forests and wood products from Swiss or Liechtenstein based companies. It abides completely with strict Swiss laws and standards, and guarantee's our famous Swiss quality.
Information to our customers on the REACH Regulations and how it relates to our products
REACH (German only)
PEFC is dedicated to promoting sustainable forest management. It is the world’s largest forest certification system and the certification system of choice for small forest owners. PEFC is an international non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting sustainable forest management through independent third-party certification. PEFC’s mission is: “To give society confidence that people manage forests sustainably.” PEFC works throughout the forest supply chain to promote good practice in the forest and to ensure that timber and non-timber forest products are sourced with respect for the highest ecological, social and ethical standards. Thanks to its eco-label, customers and consumers are able to identify products from sustainably managed forests.
CARB2 certified products meet the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) phase 2 stringent emission standards for formaldehyde emissions. This Californian regulation is one of the most stringent in effect to limit formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products. As of today, it is only being implemented in California. However, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is developing a national regulation based on California’s regulation, which is expected to be in effect nationwide by end of 2015.
You can find the CARB-Attestations which confirms the validity of the Certifications here: Service > Downloads > Certificates
Indoor Air Quality Certified to SCS-EC10.3-2014 v4.0
Conforms to the CDPH/EHLB Standard Method v1.2-2017 (California Section 01350), for the school classroom and private office parameters when modeled as Flooring.