Our certifications are a testament to our commitment to maintaining the highest quality production facilities and producing the highest quality packaging.
G7 Master Qualification from Idealliance
G7 is an international standard for calibrating printing presses and proofing systems to a common visual neutral grayscale appearance. G7 uses gray balance as the driving force for achieving a close visual match from proof to press as well as a similar printed appearance regardless of the technologies, presses and substrates that are used in production. Our G7 Master Qualification represents the knowledge and skills we posses and our ability to meet the G7 methodology in a graphic communications production environment.
GMI Certification from Graphic Measures International
We are proud to be a GMI-certified supplier. GMI helps brand owners control the variables through print facility certification and scientific, repeatable measurement of global packaging. Graphic Measures International works with its clients, their product vendors and GMI-certified packaging suppliers to establish processes that effectively manage production, enhance packaging quality and build brand equity for customers.
SFI® Chain of Custody Certification from NSF International
In the world of sustainable packaging, chain of custody is the process of tracking the wood fiber used in certified paperboard back to a forest that demonstrates well-managed harvesting and replanting efforts. Our chain of custody certification ensures the proper management and control of SFI (Sustainable Forestry Initiative®) paper, paperboard and packaging materials used in the manufacture of folding cartons, blister cards, rigid setup boxes and other packaging products. We hold SFI certifications in all of our production facilities. Learn more about Colbert’s policy on certifications.
Food Contact Packaging Safety Certification from AIB International
Our production facility in Elkhart, Indiana, has been deemed to be wholesome and safe for the manufacture of food contact packaging because it meets AIB’s Consolidated Standards for Inspection of Food Contact Packaging Manufacturing Facilities, which inspects and audits the facilities, processes and procedures related to material handling, equipment maintenance, cleaning and sanitizing, pest management, and food safety programs. These standards also include requirements established by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.