A dedicated commitment towards providing high quality, printed and packaging products to our clients that best suit their needs with the purpose of boosting our client’s brand.
We endeavour to minimise our waste and recycle as many materials as possible in order to reduce our carbon footprint and conserve the environment.
We strive towards implementing the latest cutting edge print technology in order to maximise efficiency and expand our product range.
We pride ourselves in producing high quality, vibrant prints and strive towards increasing this level of quality.
At Atlas Printers, we understand the importance of social responsibility and seek to up-skill our country’s workforce by providing learnerships and bursaries to students.
Atlas Printers is committed to the continued learning and growth of its workforce and offers opportunities to its staff members to develop and maintain their professional knowledge, skills and expertise by offering fully paid learnership programmes at accredited and world renowned colleges. As part of its social responsibility programme, similar study programmes are offered to school leaving learners.
Atlas Printers engages in an ongoing process with a global non-profit association that is focused on good practice and governance. Audits have taken place and key goals introduced in the company so that it can achieve international compliance.
Atlas Printers is committed to reducing their carbon footprint.
In 2018 Atlas Printers embarked on a drive to flush chemical waste and
reduce water consumption. Some of the initiatives in place are as follows:
Paper purchased is sourced only from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) accredited companies. These companies have specifically been chosen because they source their wood from sustainable forests. Waste paper and cardboard generated through the manufacturing process is recycled.
Process-less, chemical free plates have now been implemented. As a result of this, water consumption dropped by 50 000 litres per month and chemical waste has been reduced by over 60%. All aluminium plates used in the printing process are recycled.
Spare pallets are recycled into furniture that can be used within the company’s canteens. They are also given out to florists who wish to make use of them in their designs.
71 Marseilles Crescent
Briardene, Durban 4001
+27 31 570 8600
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