Flexoprint is a socially responsible company that lives by ethics, ensuring that the company walks in a sustainable way with its business partners and future generations.
Our company strengthens human rights policies, talent retention, health and safety at work, aspects focused on the environment, as well as the involvement and commitment of everyone with these aspects.
Flexoprint has the Code of Conduct as an instrument for carrying out the company’s philosophy, mission, vision and values. It serves to guide the actions of its employees and to explain the company’s attitude towards the different audiences with which it interacts. This Code of Conduct applies to all of its direct and indirect employees, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders.
The concern with education and solidarity is also part of our process, the opportunity for inclusion and care for our future generations. Based on this, we constantly support several institutions, including the Madre Rafaela Ybarra Community Social Center, located in the city of Marialva in Paraná, which serves children and young people in situations of social vulnerability, aiming at social transformation and the Pequeno Príncipe Hospital located in Curitiba, in Paraná that exclusively serves children, in 32 medical specialties of medium and high complexity in pediatrics.
Flexoprint respects and values differences between people, in addition to encouraging the maintenance of a professional environment that permanently welcomes diversity.
FlexoWood is an unprecedented project in Brazil, where 100% of the wood chips we produce are reusable, enabling a circular economy through polymeric blends, which are mechanical mixtures of different plastics, in this way we are able to produce high quality synthetic wood.