Dual Graphics receives Forest Stewardship Council Chain of Custody Certification
Press release from the issuing company
October 1, 2007 -- Brea, Ca. -- Dual Graphics has become a Certified Chain of Custody recipient by Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) for the Forest Stewardship Council.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international non-profit organization that brings people together to find solutions which encourage responsible stewardship of the world's forests. The FSC promotes environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial, and economically viable management of the world's forests and forest products.
This certification process audits the "Chain of Custody" of FSC certified products through the printing process assuring that purchasing, inventory management, and manufacturing protocols are maintained and followed. Certification permits Dual Graphics use of the FSC logo on printed products meeting the rigorous standards as set by FSC and identifying the certified forest product content.
"This contribution to the environment is an important aspect of Dual's commitment to the preservation and stewardship of the world's natural resources. Sustainability means it will be here for future generations and our customers and suppliers extend this commitment" said Jim Joyce, CEO, "We are members of the community and leaders in our industry, and therefore we set an example of private non-governmental corporations taking measures that assure preservation of the environment."
The 110 Dual Graphics employees occupy 62,000 sq. feet facilities, located in Brea and have been serving clients for more than 35 years. With multiple sheetfed color presses and up-to- date digital workflow, Dual offers a wide array of products. Fine quality printed materials, digital imaging, mailing and fulfillment, promotional and embroidered products support clients in the advertising, manufacturing, education, museum, direct response and entertainment industries. Dual remains a leader in the industry and is poised for continued growth.
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