Fair Line has adopted a Quality System since 2000.

“Within the concept “fair” there is a dimension that goes beyond the company walls. Doing business in an ethical way means being attentive to the needs of stakeholders and to the critical issues of the context in which we operate. Be they related to the environment and the planet, as well as to the various sufferings that affect human beings.

                       (Fair Line Management Review, §13.0 Strategic Guidelines)

The mission of Fair Line is to select for its customers quality products and made in Italy, thus supporting a production that has ancient origins in craftsmanship and art.

Who is important to us?

  • Collaborators, people first and foremost. Fair Line promotes a corporate climate that respects everyone's values and invests in personal and professional training.
  • The customer has always been at the center of attention: we listen to him, we try to understand and satisfy his needs and we follow him in the after-sales phase.
  • The supplier, a partner with whom to collaborate in mutual interest.
  • The institutions that Fair Line respects, considering compliance with the rules a moral obligation.
  • The community and its needs. In our small way we contribute to solidarity actions such as Operation Pane Antoniano.
  • The environment: we share and promote the Millennium development goals expressed by the 2030 Agenda.

What we do for the environment

  • “Plastic free” offices: path to eliminate non-essential plastic
  • Packaging in eco-sustainable material >70%
  • Green logistics: smart solutions to reduce polluting emissions and mobility: DHL "gogreen" program, digital show & digital sales.
  • Use of energy from renewable sources (we obtain approximately 25000kwh/year from the sun)
  • Implementation of a virtuous circle of circular economy, reusing used gold as much as possible within a tested and customer-friendly process. Every gram of gold recovered from the market is one gram less taken from the planet. (in 2021 25% of our sales will come from the circular economy)