Since its inception, our corporate governance has always behaved ethically and responsibly towards people and the environment.


When we speak of the environment, we do not refer to it in the narrow sense of the word, i.e. ‘territory’, but in a broader sense, i.e. ‘planet’, a group of ecosystems in a mutually interdependent relationship. Moreover, when assessing the impact of a business activity, each system it falls under should be factored in: the chain linking suppliers and customers, i.e. the entire supply chain. This is why we need to expand our notion of environmental protection by taking a more comprehensive view and approach, which must include macro issues:

  1. using resources only in a sustainable way
  2. preventing pollution
  3. combating climate change
  4. preserving biodiversity

We rethink our everyday practices in order to reduce our ecological footprint and help our company transition from a linear to a circular production model.


We only select timber that is PEFC labelled, which means that it only comes from controlled and sustainably managed forests.


We use new machinery and innovative management methods such as Lean Manufacturing to reduce our consumption and emissions. We are thermally self-sufficient as we have a biomass power plant that uses our own waste from wood processing. Some of the electricity we use is produced by our photovoltaic systems (renewable source)


Three of our product ranges can be used an infinite number of times: VIKO, E-BLOCK and PALLET COLLAR, which are always in stock and can be made to measure.


We reduce and optimise the overall size and weight of our packaging, making it possible for us and our customers to use fewer vehicles and less fuel.


Our crates are made of recyclable wood and plywood. We give our processing waste to companies that reuse it to produce chipboard, which helps achieve the goal of a circular economy.


We are always willing to implement processes, technologies and best practices that can help us improve further and make progress towards the goal of achieving a circular economy as quickly as possible