Assuming a social responsibility is not about adapting to customer demands, riding a passing green wave, or embellishing yourself with fashionable labels. It is about decency. Social responsibility and commitment are important aspects of how we run our business. Growing quality awareness among consumers is why all our products are produced in a sustainable manner, with decent labor conditions and environmentally friendly.
Quality is a cornerstone at Dymak, and every day we work hard to ensure the right, high quality level throughout the supply chain. The ISO 9001 is an internationally recognized standard for the quality of businesses worldwide. Having the ISO 9001 certificate has allowed us to identify, understand and better communicate to our customers Dymak’s processes. Social concerns like child labor, forced labor and discrimination require companies to not only consider their own direct sphere of influence, but also that of their entire supply chain. The concept and value of undergoing an independent, third party assessment to monitor social responsibility is becoming increasingly important. Because responsible production matters to us, we are also SA8000 certified. For our customers, this ensures that our product standards are according to their needs and that we are a trustworthy partner to do business with.
This year the Danish office is the proud supporter of the Danske Hospitalsklovne. This nonprofit organization of hospital clowns brings joy and laughter to children in Danish hospitals.
Through our Dutch office we are supporting the LINDA.Foundation – a foundation that wants to create more understanding and especially positive actions toward families with children in the Netherlands who are struggling financially. At the LINDA.Foundation they give families gift vouchers for food, clothing and all necessary things, but also for toys so kids can celebrate Christmas for instance. The foundation itself pays all overhead costs. They guarantee that more than 100% of every donation will go to families in financial need. They do not choose beneficiary families themselves, they are introduced to them through specialized agencies and municipalities who already strictly select and control upfront.