We’ve been awarded the internationally recognised ISO 14001:2015 certification for our Environmental Management System.
Gaining ISO 14001 is a significant achievement for the Mercian Labels team, and it reinforces our commitment to being a sustainable and environmentally conscious manufacturing business.
Karl Shilton, Quality Manager and the ISO 14001 representative said, “When a company commits to ISO 14001, they commit to do their part to protect and preserve the environment for future generations to come. By identifying our environmental impact, we have been able to develop actions and procedures aimed at improving our performance to create a more efficient business, with less waste and a sustainably responsible supply chain. This gives our customers peace of mind that we go above and beyond when it comes to sourcing and supplying responsibly”.
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About Mercian Labels Established in 1969 we’ve maintained a reputation for over half a century as one of the longest running and yet most progressive self-adhesive label manufacturers in the UK. With a combination of flexo, screen-print, digital and inkjet technologies, we embarked in a £1m initiative in 2020 to improve and automate further our manufacturing capabilities. In addition to short and long-run self-adhesive label work, we also specialise in high speed, long run variable data, and barcode production, and manufacture the globally recognised brands of LabelLock™ security labels, and the Gammatex™ chemical sterilisation indicators.
Known for industry-beating lead times and exceptional service, Mercian manufacture to ISO 9001, ISO 17712, and A grade BRCGS packaging standards. Our 24/7 world class manufacturing facility is located in the heart of the UK, allowing fast distribution to locations throughout the UK, EU, and the rest of the world.
About ISO: International Organization for Standardization ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organisation with a membership of 164 national standards bodies. Through its members, it brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus-based, market relevant International Standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges. For more information, visit www.iso.org.