Gaffney, South Carolina-based Jetline (UPIC: jetline) has adopted the PPAI Code of Conduct, emphasizing the commitment both the supplier and the industry have to safety, quality and product integrity.
The PPAI Code of Product Responsibility Conduct gives industry professionals a tangible presentation that can show clients what they are doing to meet end buyers’ expectations for product safety and social and environmental assurances. The Code is a statement of principles that a supplier can hand to a distributor and a distributor can hand to an end buyer when an end buyer expresses those expectations.
“Jetline is committed to doing business in a socially responsible manner,” says Dana Zezzo, CAS, Jetline’s chief marketing officer. “Last year, we received accreditation from the Quality Certification Alliance, and now our adoption of the PPAI Code further underscores our commitment to ethical and responsible business conduct.”
PPAI has published the Code and encourages its members to sign it in response to the increased regulations and scrutiny of the consumer products market. It’s an effective way for industry companies to publicly demonstrate their commitment to responsible business practices. Many end buyers, particularly larger businesses, have already adopted their own Code of Product Responsibility Conduct and often look for their business partners to adopt a code of conduct as well. Already, 376 of the industry’s largest and most well-respected companies have adopted the Code.
To learn more about the Code of Conduct, click here.