As one of the world’s leading Jewelry manufacturers, PANDORA has more than 12,000 craftsmen, a wholly owned Jewelry factory in Gemopolis, Bangkok, and a new production center in South Korea in early 2017.When Per Enevoldsen set up its first small factory in Thailand in 1989, he set up several systems and processes to meet growing demand while continuing to produce high quality handmade jewelry at reasonable prices.
As for the working environment , the welfare system, health, safety and environmental standards and energy management measures, PANDORA is committed to practicing ethical standards in business activities.
For PANDORA, the jewelry production business and corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities are complementary. PANDORA strives to take measures to reduce its impact on the Earth’s environment. PANDORA’s value chain includes ethical behavior in the development and procurement of suppliers, the safe production of Jewelry, and take to take responsible marketing and sales practices for approximately 8,100 points of sale in more than 100 countries around the world .
The PANDORA Code of Ethics is a policy of responsibility for the entire group, and all policies and commitments in the field of business ethics, health and safety, human rights, environmental impact and responsible supplier relations are open to the public. PANDORA is a member of the United Nations Global Compact and an advanced corporate social responsibility promotion agency in the jewelry industry – a certified member of the Responsible Jewelery Board (RJC).
In October 2016, environmental protection production center officially has unveiled by PANDORA . The LEED-certified production center is built in the southbound area of northern Thailand to help PANDORA reduce the total amount of water and energy consumed by the unit of production and the greenhouse gas emissions.