A Committed

Since 2011, we are committed to Corporate Social Responsibility based on the ISO 26000 standard. This standard is reflected in the “Committed to CSR” label awarded by AFNOR.

Responsible, Ethical Sourcing

We audit our suppliers in order to guarantee a reasoned, ethical, and ecological supply and to ensure traceability.

We regularly consult with our suppliers to ensure that their manufacturing and production processes are evolving in order to limit the environmental impact.

Every day, we are proud to contribute to the evolution of the leather industry in an ethical and responsible way.

The 2020/2023 CSR Charter

With these 10 commandments, the Groupe Créations Perrin commits to contributing to the development of an ethical leather industry that cares about future generations.

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Respecting Animals

We believe that respecting animals is particularly important and commit to this by ensuring the good practices of our suppliers and the entire supply chain.


Responsible Tanning

By evaluating our suppliers, we ensure that they develop their tanning process to limit its environmental impact.


Consumer Protection

We take great care to ensure the safety of the leather and certify that it is harmless to the consumer.



The origin of all the components used to create our products is known and controlled. The same is true for our manufacturing process.


People at the Heart of the Business

Listening to our employees allows us to move forward together and coordinate our mutual goals.


Organisational Certifications

We make sure our organisation is evaluated in order to maintain the level of quality of our products and associated services that our customers expect.


Developing Local Activity

We support the local economy by sponsoring recognised cultural stakeholders but also by manufacturing and recruiting locally.


Transparency of Practices

Sharing our expertise, presenting our production workshops, and raising awareness of good practices within our profession.


Limiting the Environmental Footprint

When defining strategic governance initiatives, we consider their environmental footprint.



Informing stakeholders (customers, suppliers, employees, etc.) every year about the value chain in order to strengthen links between players in the leather industry.