Temporary structure provider De Boer has achieved ISO accreditation for minimising its impact on the environment.It has been awarded the ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) 14001 certificate, which provides a model that companies can follow to streamline their environmental management and offers guidelines and decision-making practices.“We attach great importance to protecting the environment and therefore set high standards. We see the ISO certification as reflecting our philosophy of focusing on both innovation and the environment,” said De Boer’s chief logistics officer, Arnout De Hair.The ISO 14001 accreditation follows on from De Boer’s earlier ISO 9001 certification for quality management systems.Got a story? Email: email@example.com
As the UK has voted to leave the European Union with a 52 per cent majority result, EN has spoken to members of the exhibition and events industry, to gauge their initial reactions on the future of the UK and their businesses.
More than 8,000 visitors arrived at ExCeL London on 4-6 February for the fourth edition of 100% Optical. The show featured more than 175,000 frames, catwalk performances and a comprehensive education programme.