Sustaining the Future of Printed Packaging with Certified Fiber Sourcing for Cartons and Inserts.

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About the SFI® Fiber Sourcing Standard

SFI’s Fiber Sourcing Standard serves as a designated guideline for organizations that do not own or manage land, but that do procure wood directly from forests. As such, SFI program participants must show that the raw material in their supply chain comes from legal and responsible sources, whether the forests are certified or not. Primary producers, like Nosco, must be third-party audited and certified to the SFI 2015-2019 Fiber Sourcing Standard, which includes measures to:

  • Broaden the practice of biodiversity.
  • Use forestry best management practices to protect water quality.
  • Provide outreach to landowners.
  • Use the services of forest management and harvesting professionals.

Why SFI?

When consumers purchase products with the SFI logo on them, they are not only purchasing products that meet rigorous certification standards, but they are also helping grow future forests, sustain communities, fund conservation research, educate you and train loggers.

 

 


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A Word from Our Employee Owners

“At Nosco, we have a strong commitment to responsible forest management, as do our customers,” said Heather Nimmer, Director of Marketing at Nosco. “The SFI Fiber Sourcing Standard will help us meet the high expectations of our customers, while strengthening our commitment to being an ever-improving contributor to saving our planet’s resources.”

 

"Having a sustainable and efficient supply chain ensures superior quality and service for our customers," said Kelly Salazar, Senior Strategic Sourcing Specialist at Nosco.