RJC announced today that Intercontinental Jewellery Manufacturing PCL has achieved Certification against the 2013 Code of Practices (COP) at its manufacturing facility in Chonburi, Thailand. “It is a pleasure to announce Intercontinental Jewellery Manufacturing PCL has been certified against the 2013 COP. The new provisions under the 2013 COP address important issues for our Members and their supply chain. We are delighted to see members achieving certification against the standard and warmly congratulate Intercontinental Jewellery Manufacturing PCL,” says Andrew Bone, RJC’s Executive Director.
The successful verification assessment was led by Marco Frau from GlobalGROUP, one of the independent third-party auditing firms accredited by the RJC.
“Intercontinental Jewellery Manufacturing PCL is pleased to have achieved RJC certification. Our business operations are based on fair, ethical and equitable practices, sustainable sourcing, transparency and creating high value business partnerships with like-minded companies globally. By achieving RJC certification we are proud to call Intercontinental Jewellery Manufacturing PCL a responsible and ethical member of the jewellery industry,” says Roderick E. Morton, Chairman at Intercontinental Jewellery Manufacturing PCL.
For further information please contact:
Gerhard Humphreys-de Meyer,
Responsible Jewellery Council
Telephone +44 (0)207 321 0992,
About Intercontinental Jewellery Manufacturing PCL
Intercontinental Jewellery Manufacturing PCL was founded in 1994 and today is one of Thailand’s major manufacturer’s and global exporter of mass market gem set jewellery. To learn more about us, please visit: http://www.ijm.asia/
The Responsible Jewellery Council is an international not-for-profit standards and certification organisation. It has more than 900 Member companies that span the jewellery supply chain from mine to retail. RJC Members commit to and are independently audited against the RJC Code of Practices – an international standard on responsible business practices for diamonds, gold and platinum group metals. The Code of Practices addresses human rights, labour rights, environmental impact, mining practices, product disclosure and many more important topics in the jewellery supply chain. RJC also works with multi-stakeholder initiatives on responsible sourcing and supply chain due diligence. The RJC’s Chain-of-Custody Certification for precious metals supports these initiatives and can be used as a tool to deliver broader Member and stakeholder benefit. The RJC is a Full Member of the ISEAL Alliance – the global association for sustainability standards. For more information on RJC Members, Certification, and Standards please visit www.responsiblejewellery.com