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Our CSR approach is a global approach to all the brands of the Cider Group: we have chosen to be all pilots of the CSR approach.

We are continuously and pragmatically improving our approach with all our employees, customers and suppliers.

Thanks to them, we are seeking to make progress in limiting our environmental impact and promoting inclusion, well-being and quality of life at work.

WE CARE
WE TAKE CARE

Our CSR approach is voluntary and is based on both a global and transverse approach. It is based on all the themes of CSR:

  • Governance
  • Human rights
  • Working conditions and relations
  • Environment
  • Fair practices
  • Customer and consumer issues
  • Community and local development

 

We are certified :

This approach is materialised by various actions and strong commitments:

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1 BE SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE AND INVOLVED

The Cider group is known for its furniture designed to promote the well-being of its users. This deeply embodies what we are: a committed company that wishes to offer a real employee experience and to emphasise its approach to people.

Towards a society of “better well-being” together, the Cider Group is committed to

  • to support our employees and ensure their employability
  • promoting diversity and inclusion
  • supporting equal opportunities
  • ensuring respect for the work/life balance
  • guaranteeing a safe and serene workplace

Find out more about our employer commitments

2.1 LIMITING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

OUR ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION GUARANTEES OUR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The Cider Group includes respect for the environment in the rules that govern its main activities.

As an eco-responsible company, we take numerous initiatives to reduce the impact of our activities on the environment.

For example:

  • We have sorting bins on our premises for household kitchen waste, for WEEE* (toner), for glass, paper, cardboard and plastic.
  • We are digitising our processes with the aim of going paperless within 5 years with the Zeendoc platform.
  • We practice a systematic approach to reusing materials.
  • We are integrating citizen actions into our internal events, such as the collection of waste on the beach of the Giens peninsula with the Explore and Preserve collective.
    *Waste electrical and electronic equipment.

2.2 LIMITING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

WOOD, AN ESSENTIAL RAW MATERIAL THAT WE MUST ALL PRESERVE

For several years now, we have been working hard on the supply of wood, the main material used in our products.

  • We have chosen to obtain FSC certification for our publishing activity. This global certification will be effective in September 2022. From that date, all our products will also be offered in FSC-certified versions.
  • We also promote the reuse of wood by offering variants with wood from the Circular Economy.
  • For our distribution products, we favour suppliers who are FSC certified or whose products are FSC certifiable. We also favour suppliers who favour the re-use of wood from the Circular Economy, whether for new furniture, second-hand furniture or of course second-hand furniture.
  • In line with our activity, we also chose to participate financially in two reforestation projects in France in partnership with Reforest Action, one in Seine Maritime at Saint-Aubin-Routot and the other in Aube, at Chamesnil.

3.1 PROMOTE THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY

A REASONED USE OF RAW MATERIALS

 

  • Wood and metal components 100% recyclable.
    FSC and/or PEFC TM certified wood.
  • Recycled plastic foams (pet).
  • Metal made from 73% recycled material.
  • Cradle to cradle certified fabric for some products.

 

A RESPECTFUL AND 100% ITALIAN PRODUCTION

  • Products made to order (zero stock)
  • Durability of our products for 10 years (tertiary range), 5 years (image range).
  • Sorting and collection of waste on the production sites and on the building sites (within our offices) for reuse, recovery or recycling.

 

A DESIGN THAT PROMOTES SUSTAINABILITY

  • Right number of components,
  • Modularity: maximum number of interchangeable and reusable parts
  • Recyclable, resistant and easy to maintain materials.

3.2 PROMOUVOIR L’ÉCONOMIE CIRCULAIRE

UNE LOGISTIQUE OPTIMISÉE POUR LIMITER LES IMPACTS

  • Chargement des camions à minimum 95%
  • Livraisons majoritairement des usines en italie au client pour limiter les trajets et l’empreinte carbone.
  • Réduction des emballages pour les livraisons.
  • Utilisation de matériaux recyclés, recyclables ou réutilisables : cartons, housses et couvertures, palettes en bois.

UNE OFFRE ET DES SERVICES POUR ALLONGER LA DURÉE D’UTILISATION

  • Produits garantis 5 ans (gamme tertiaire) ou 2 ans (gamme image).
  • Offre de location de mobilier avec rachat ou collecte du mobilier par nos partenaires pour valorisation.
  • Offre pouvant inclure des produits chinés ou de seconde main.
  • Collaboration avec adopte un bureau notamment

En savoir plus sur notre communauté de partenaires

UNE FILIERE VERTUEUSE EN FIN D’USAGE

  • Valdelia pour bénéficier d’une offre de collecte des mobiliers usagés en vue de leur réemploi, réutilisation ou recyclage.
  • Mobi eco pour conseiller et accompagner la seconde vie des mobiliers.
  • Emmaüs pour les dons.

4 GETTING RECOGNITION FOR OUR APPROACH

In the Cider Group, we are proud of our commitments and our approach, so we chose to be certified ISO 9001 in 2006 and ISO 14001 in 2008.

In 2021, with a score of 71/100, obtained by 5% of the companies evaluated, we have obtained the GOLD medal from Ecovadis for our CSR performance. For comparison, the industry average score is 38/100.




OUR AMBITIONS

Because we can always progress, our CSR strategy is designed for the long term.

We have several objectives for 2022 and 2023, the main ones being

  • Obtain Bcorp certification by first assessing the social, societal and environmental impact of our operations and business model against a benchmark developed by B Lab.
  • Measuring our impact more precisely in order to act in an even more targeted manner.
  • Carry out a carbon footprint assessment on the entire scope of our activity.
  • Carry out a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) on one or more of our publishing products.
  • Make our economic model even more virtuous and circular by proposing an e-commerce offer.