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We require consistent high quality to satisfy our customers in the long term, to maintain our market position – and ultimately to grow our market share. Quality begins from the first time we talk to a customer and runs like a thread throughout our entire production and service chain – including material, processing and service – and applies equally to all of the Coroplast Group’s locations.
We also expect the same high standard of quality from our suppliers that we demand of ourselves. In order to guarantee quality on a long-term basis, over the last few years we have taken a series of concrete measures that are continually being improved and expanded. Whatever action we take, we always focus on sustainable environmental protection, the efficient utilisation of energy, and the safety and well-being of our employees.
When implementing our quality regulations, we follow the zero-error strategy, which we guarantee not only with our excellent technical infrastructure, but also with the comprehensive qualification measures that our employees and executives are required to undergo. In concrete terms this means:
Quality is the currency you pay to keep customers coming back. At Coroplast Tape Corporation, quality is not only the way we do business - it is wired in our DNA.
Quality and environmental management need to be conducted consistently, systematically and in accordance with clearly defined criteria. For this reason, each of our company locations is regularly inspected, by means of both in-house audits and certification bodies, to ensure our compliance with national and international regulations and standards. Here you will find our certifications at a glance.
Continuous improvement, the avoidance of errors and detailed root cause analysis are important issues at Coroplast Tape Corporation in our continual striving to provide outstanding product quality. We always prioritise quality rather than quantity. In order to achieve this aim, we utilise our in-house developed COROZEN concept, which has its roots in the Japanese word kaizen (“kai” means “change”, “zen” means “for the better”).
The concept is based on the permanent, step-by-step improvement of activities, processes and products by all of the company’s employees with the objective of safeguarding quality and minimising costs.