In order to create success for our customers, we developed “The Vintex Way”—our business management system based on our values of continuous improvement and innovation, and comprised of lean manufacturing disciplines.
Vintex received ISO certification in 1997, and is currently ISO 9001:2008 compliant. Our quality system is in place to ensure we understand your needs and expectations, to eliminate or reduce all forms of waste, and to create meaningful work for our team members. Quality Policy
Vintex always strives to exceed safety requirements. We maintain safety and ergonomic training for all our team members, and continuously review and, where possible, improve the materials used in the production of our products. In establishing healthy and secure supplier relationships with reputable global corporations, we ensure materials are safely created, handled, and are fully traceable.
Vintex has demonstrated sound environmental practices for many years, and have a long record of continuously improving our performance. Here are a few highlights:
Under the Toxics Reduction Act, Vintex is required to report the following information regarding certain materials in use at Vintex’s facility. Please find below our Toxic Reduction plan summary and our Public Report for Calendar Year 2014. Any questions, please contact Paul Hruska at email@example.com
Vintex’s procurement practices are focused on raw material consistency. To deliver on this promise of quality, we only procure products from high quality and reputable global companies, ensuring a high degree of confidence in the safety, performance, and accountability of our products.