Client case studies highlighting partner success with Intertek Assuris

We collaborate with and support customers around the globe, providing solutions to protect their products, processes, and asset interests.

Our work helps ensure proper certification, greater market access, and the ability to meet product performance and quality standards. We enable our clients to identify and mitigate intrinsic risk, and help them successfully meet regulatory, safety, and compliance obligations for their products, raw materials, operations, facilities, supply chains, and business processes.

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Responsible Sourcing Certification

Intertek was engaged by BRC Ltd, Express Reinforcements, and ROM Group to provide support in attaining the BES 6001 Framework Standard for Responsible Sourcing, and the sector specific responsible sourcing Eco-Reinforcement certification, which would complement their existing quality systems.

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Responsible Sourcing Certification

With the growing focus on responsible sourcing in the building and construction sector, one of the world’s largest suppliers of vinyl flooring, Aspecta B.V., wanted to inform its customers that they source their materials responsibly, ethically, and sustainably. Aspecta demonstrates this commitment by obtaining and maintaining a certification for BES 6001, which gives them a distinct position in the marketplace.

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Fashion’s Journey to Sustainability

Recognizing the importance consumers place on limiting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from products, the client wanted a comprehensive assessment of emissions within their business, with modelling to understand the reductions possible from different investment choices. To do this, Intertek developed a phased approach, targeting different areas of emissions. 

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Scope 3 Materiality Assessment

Companies often struggle to account for scope 3 emissions because they do not know where to start. This is especially true when it comes to measuring emissions from suppliers and consumers over whom they have little control. As a result, companies are often unsure about how to allocate their resources to begin this process.

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