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Fontanille SCOP

16 Route de Compostelle •

Le Séjalat, Espaly Saint-Marcel •
43000 Le Puy-en-Velay • France

Tél. : 04 71 02 99 50

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Quality Department and Policy

All our products are entirely developed, designed and manufactured in France, in Puy-en-Velay.
We control the entire production chain, which allows us to ensure traceability at every stage of the process. We are certified ISO 9001 (2015 Version) and Oeko-Tex, we can also provide you the Reach Label.
The quality department carries out various controls: aspect, elongation, modulus(es), width, weight, elastane slippage, fatigue tests, adhesion tests and rupture tests. These parameters are controlled at all stages of production.
Fontanille Scop's general quality policy is based on the constant improvement of the quality process and aims at detecting defects always earlier to reduce costs and delays.
Fontanille Scop's strategy in terms of quality is to seek excellence through several major axes :
  • Innovation to develop new products, processes and procedures. Our will is to be able to propose the right solutions when facing challenges with our customers,


  • Flexibility to reduce delivery times and adapt to the particular needs of our partners,


  • Versatility which is extremely developed within the company; it is a major asset to be more reactive and competent. To date, 70% of the operators are multi-skilled on at least 2 work positions and 40% are multi-skilled between workshops.
Respect for the environment and sustainable development are also essential matters for us. In all our projects, we think about our planet and we make every effort to reduce our environmental impact.
This includes, for example, the sewage treatment of dyeing water, the sorting of our wastes or the installation of a steam generator that allows us to reduce by 40% our energy consumption. This represents more than 50 tons of CO2 which are not released into the air per year; that’s to say 76 return flights between Paris and New York.
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