Few are the Latin American jewelry firms that can boast of an artisan production of excellence, maintaining their ethics and responsibility with society and the environment as TANE México 1942 has done since its inception, the same ones that have led to earning the coveted Responsible Jewelery Council (RJC) certification.
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For decades the Mexican firm has demonstrated the work of the best master goldsmiths who in each generation keep alive the spirit and artisan excellence in each of the jewelry, accessories and art collections silver object, being a pioneer in promoting the best of Mexico.
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During its 80th anniversary, TANE once again makes a difference and sets an example in the industry, being the first Latin American retail brand named an Officially Certified Member of the Responsible Jewelery Council.
This is an important milestone for any brand, as the RJC is a non-profit organization committed to ensuring that its members operate with ethical, social and environmental responsibility, which is why it has high standards when choosing deserving members. of said appointment.
“At TANE we are delighted to celebrate our 80th anniversary this year. Our history and track record mean a lot to us, while we have our eyes clearly set on the future, with ambitious goals for international expansion,” says Ralph Simons, CEO of TANE, adding: “As a company that operates responsibly in all senses, it was essential for us to be externally audited to RJC's high standards and to receive this very important certification in December 2021, as evidence of the long-term commitment we have to our people, our customers, our stakeholders and the planet."
For the certification process, all RJC members are independently audited in accordance with the organization's Code of Practice; an internationally accepted and highly respected standard of responsible business practices for diamonds, colored gemstones, gold, silver and other precious metals. Each member is vetted in depth on issues such as human and labor rights, mining practices, environmental impact, and product disclosure, among other aspects.