Collapsible plywood boxes, industrial packaging, swivel lifting rings and lifting equipment and accessories produced by the companies member of the ALIPA Group (NO-NAIL BOXES, AllPack Services, WaluPack Services, CODIPRO, LIFTEUROP and STAS) satisfy the strictest standards and comply with the ISO 9001 quality management system (download the ISO 9001 certificate). With the ISO 14001 certification, these companies demonstrate their commitment to minimising the environmental impact of their activities as manufacturer of packaging and lifting equipment (download the ISO 14001 certificate).
The ISO 27001:2013 certification (download the ISO 27001 certificate). specifies the requirements for information security management systems (ISMS). The implementation of this norm ensures that data is both optimally used and securely stored. By obtaining the ISO 27001 certification, ALIPA GROUP confirms the reliability of its processes implemented in terms of cybersecurity.
In addition, the companies of the ALIPA Group located in Wiltz (NO-NAIL BOXES, AllPAck Services, CODIPRO and LIFTEUROP) own the “SuperDrecksKëscht®” label, which is proof of its commitment to the prevention, management and reduction of its waste (download the SuperDrecksKëscht certificate). The Group also participates in the “Clever akafen” campaign launched by the organization : office furniture now complies with the ecologic and low-waste product list compiled by SuperDrecksKëscht®.
To keep this label, the Group trains and motivates its employees to handle residual substances correctly and undergoes an annual audit of its ecological waste management by SuperDrecksKëscht® consultants.
NO-NAIL BOXES, AllPack Services, CODIPRO and LIFTEUROP hold the CSR label (Corporate Social Responsibility) and are recognised as companies that integrate the three pillars of sustainable development: the social dimension and equal opportunities, governance and environment. For organizations williing to give their social and environmental commitments international recognition, “Responsibility Europe” (download the RE certificate) brings together leading CSR labels. As holders of this label, we reinforce our commitment to reducing our environmental footprint, promoting diversity and inclusion, and supporting the local communities in which we operate. Thus, they are recognized as companies that assume the impacts of their decisions and are committed to a sustainable development of their activities. Always in a CSR approach, the ALIPA Group is proud to be part of the Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate social responsibility initiative.
AEO “Authorised Economic Operator”
ALIPA Group is AEO certified
Since 2015, the companies member of the ALIPA Group located in Wiltz are AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) certified.
What is AEO?
AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) is a status issued by customs authorities to any economic operator that meets common criteria in relation to their control systems, financial solvency and history of the operator and, in some cases, appropriate standards of safety and security.
The Authorised Economic Operator can therefore be considered as a reliable economic operator in the framework of customs operations that he performs throughout the Community and is authorised as such to benefit from certain advantages throughout the Union.
Main advantages of the AEO certificate
Thanks to this certification, NO-NAIL BOXES, AllPack Services, CODIPRO and LIFTEUROP are acknowledged by customs authorities as a reliable, honest and trustworthy international trade operator and partner.
In order to obtain the AEO status, these companies had to undergo a particularly strict audit. This certification is granted by customs authorities in accordance with very stringent conditions in terms of reliability, solvency, compliance with safety regulations and legal requirements.
” We had to prove our good administrative management (accountancy, finance, inventories, etc.), the correct use of customs formalities (definition of goods’ customs value, correct tarif classification, cargo units check, etc.) and prove that our site was physically and technologically safe – to guarantee the international logistic chain safety ” said Stéphane Guirsch, the Quality Manager of ALIPA Group.
Thanks to this status, ALIPA Group is recognised as an operator and a partner in international trade, who is reliable, honest and trustworthy. Obtaining the status brings many benefits for the marketing and use of collapsible plywood boxes by NO-NAIL BOXES, industrial packaging by AllPack Services, swivel lifting rings by CODIPRO and lifting equipment and accessories by LIFTEUROP:
- easier access to customs simplifications,
- less physical and documentary controls,
- priority treatment if selected for a control,
- option to request that the control takes place in a certain place,
- option – due to the filing of an entry summary declaration by the AEO – to be notified before the arrival of the goods that the consignment has been selected for a further physical control following a risk analysis,
- less requirements for data for entrance and exit summary declarations,
For the buyers and users of the products manufactured by the ALIPA Group, this means:
- easier marketing with their lifting equipment and accessories supplier,
- assurance of the sound financial status,
- faster delivery as less subject to customs controls,
- guaranteed security in the international supply chain.
For further information, contact our Quality Manager Stéphane Guirsch au +352 81 92 81-221 / email@example.com.
REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals)
What is REACH?
Reach is a European regulation that came into force on 01 June 2007, concerning the Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals. This regulation forms part of an international initiative to promote sustainable development and the responsible management of chemical substances. More information.
As a producer of packaging, swivel lifting rings and lifting accessories, ALIPA is committed to informing users of its lifting accessories about its REACH activities. In addition, the Group provides all users of its products with an email address where they can send any questions they have concerning REACH.
National Business and Human Rights Pact
The adoption and implementation of the National Business and Human Rights Pact formalizes the commitment of ALIPA Group’s companies to fulfill their responsibilities under the UN Guiding Principles.
The companies of ALIPA Group are therefore committed to following the United Nations Guiding Principles, i.e. to make their staff and stakeholders aware of the need to protect human rights in the workplace, to appoint a person responsible for human rights within the organization, to train the employees concerned in business and human rights issues, to develop governance instruments to identify risks and prevent human rights violations, to implement one or more means of redress to deal with reported cases of human rights violations, and to publish a standardized annual report on the measures implemented.