Our  commitment to sustainable policy

Antalis strives to ensure that growth goes hand-in-hand with responsible environmental practices.

Antalis' sustainability strategy relies on 3 axes:
- Eco-responsible products and services
- FSCTM multi-site certification
- Suppliers commitment

To enforce this commitment, all Antalis countries have adopted the “Antalis Sustainability charter”. They continue to roll out different actions plans focusing on reducing their carbon footprint in procurement, , reinforcing the traceability of their products and improving their waste system management.

Our eco-responsible  products: for the best choice for our customers:

The company is eager to offer its customers, who are also becoming increasingly environmentally-conscious, a broad range of certified and recycled products in all 4 of its market segments. Its Cocoon range of 100% recycled quality coated papers with superior whiteness is just one example of a long-standing best-seller. The company already offers clients a variety of PEFC and FSCTM certified papers and continuously seeks to extend its product offering, like Olin for instance. The recently launched Keaykolour Creative Papers ranges contain between 30 to 100% PCW (post-consumer waste) content in the new sophisticated recycled - FSCTM -certified grades. The “ReKreate” range in the Keaykolour brand is a unique ‘upcycled’ product that reuses fibers normally lost in the recycling process.


Our supply chain strategy: for a full transparency for our customers.

In addition to this focus on referencing products with a strong environmental performance, Antalis is also attentive to the environmental credentials of the entire supply chain. Antalis is the first in the market to have set up a multi-site FSCTM and PEFC certification to ensure full traceability and transparency through the entire supply chain. Audits are performed on logistics (labeling, separate product storage, delivery) as well as information systems (referencing, product categories…) and marketing and sales processes (use of logos, training…). The use of standards means that all certified countries are required to meet the same environmental requirements for the customers.

This certification has been granted to 36 entities worldwide in 2013.

What’s more, we select suppliers who commit to more sustainable sourcing. Most of them abide our  environmental “supplier code of conduct”.