Watch industry: RJC certification complete for Sercab, ProsertoVal’Heure Group

Sercab, Val’Heure, Proserto Group, a supplier for the watch and jewelry industries, has announced certification by the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) for all three companies.


The certification is a reminder of the Group’s strict commitment to the highest ethical and environmental standards. The successful verification was evaluated by independent auditing firms not associated with the RJC. “We are proud of the RJC certifications”, says Ramon Iso,CEO of the Sercab, Val’Heure, Proserto Group. “These achievements are the result of our employees’ dedication. In their work, they always strive for ethical and responsible standards for the Group. We provide high quality services. And by the same token, our financial stability is built up on the quality of our human relations and our respect for the environment”.

About Sercab, Val’Heure, Proserto Group
Over a period of 25 years of continuous growth, the Sercab-Val’Heure-Proserto Group hasbecome a key player in stone-setting for high-end jewelry and watchmaking. The three companies work using a combination of traditional craftsmanship and state-of-the-artindustrial technologies. Focus is on the manufacturing of items with high value added. In addition to finishing watches and manufacturing the cases, the Group offers manufacturingof metal bracelets and stone-setting for watch components or jewels. The Sercab, Val’Heure, Proserto Group is a specialist in all types of stone-setting: grain,mechanical, traditional, watchmaking and jewelry, baguette and invisible for diamonds and colored stones. Founded with Swiss capital exclusively, the company employs 180 people in Switzerland. There are three sites: Geneva, Chêne-Bourg (Geneva) and Le Sentier (Canton of Vaud), one of the key locations of the Swiss watchmaking industry. – –

About RJC
The Responsible Jewellery Council is a not-for-profit international certification organization. It has more than 500 member companies that span the supply chain from the mine to the jewelry retailer. RJC Members commit to and are independently audited against the RJC Code of Practices. This is an international standard for responsible business practices for diamonds, gold and platinum group metals The Code of Practices addresses human rights, labor rights, environmental impact, mining practices, product disclosure and many more important topics in the jewelry supply chain. RJC also works with multi-stakeholder initiatives on responsible sourcing and supply chain due diligence. The RJC’s Chain-of-Custody Certification for precious metals supports these initiatives. The RJC is a full-fledged member of the ISEAL Alliance, the global association of sustainability standards:


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