Italian leather specialist Natuzzi has announced that it has been FSC certified by the Accredited Certification Body, Bureau Veritas.
The FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certification ensures consumers that products come from responsibly managed forests, with Natuzzi also confirming that its production and trading sites in China and Romania has been certified.
The Natuzzi plant in Baia Mare, Romina, specialises in a large industrial woodwork operation, which includes the procurement and processing of raw wood into finished materials for the entire Group.
The FSC Chain-of-Custody certification ensures the consumers that the raw material used to make a wooden product come from well-managed forests, respecting the social, economic and environmental needs of present and future generations.
Pasquale Natuzzi, chairman and Group CEO, said: “The FSC certification confirms our strong commitment to a crucial issue that is the environmental protection.
“The use of photovoltaic energy, low environmental impact technologies, natural materials such as wood and leather, the stringent corporate policies on deforestation, environmental and quality certifications are all actions that protect the environment and point to a target consumers looking for a beautiful and functional but also sustainable design.”