Ever since Arper was first established, the company has sought to reconcile the needs of the market with ethical commercial principles.
Working to these principles, which are summed up in its Mission statement, Arper has always created products that bring together functionality and safety, technology and ergonomics, aesthetics and comfort and are ideally suited for both domestic interiors and collective spaces: hotels, restaurants, shops, offices and communities.
Before going into production, all our models are subjected to strict tests to ensure that they comply with the principal legal provisions and requirements such as resistance to stress and durability. It is no coincidence that Arper was one of the first companies in the sector to be awarded UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 certification.
Arper, whose corporate ethos has always been to make environmental safety and related research an instinctive, priority aim, has also found the UNI EN ISO 14001:2004 standard to be an ideal benchmark on which to base its Environmental Management system.
This certification, which Arper obtained in November 2006, not only ensures that the company complies with the strictest environmental legislation, but also requires everyone in the organisation to make a constant effort to monitor and reduce all forms of environmental impact caused by the company's activity.