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Flex-N-Gate, as a leader of innovative automotive systems, is committed to the care of our environment, our people and communities

All our actions
are based on 7 pillars.

Innovation & Products

Products that contribute to green mobility

Health & Safety

Safe and healthy employees


Sites with limited environmental impact

Human resources

An activity that attracts and develops talents in territories

Sustainable procurement

Ensuring a supply that limits serious harm to the environment, health and human rights


Contributing to the development of our territories

Business Ethics

Healthy commercial relations

“Working today towards a better tomorrow”                                           Flex-N-Gate, as a leader and innovative automotive systems supplier, is committed to the care of our environment.
We constantly work to :

develop technologies and products that contribute to improve the carbon footprint of the vehicle by weight reduction, recyclability and use of recycled materials in products

continue our energy reduction by implement energy management system

apply climate neutral actions such as using green energy

progress more quickly and efficiently on the actions to be carried out on our processes and therefore on the reduction of our emissions

Our certifications
& awards

Flex-N-Gate is committed to continual improvement of its environmental management systema as well as is committed to collaborating with our customers to provide World Class Quality products that meet or exceed all customer expectations

Quality Management Systems

Environmental Management

Health & Security

Ecovadis 2022

Flex-N-Gate received the Ecovadis Gold Medal 2022 for France and Ecovadis Silver Medal 2022 for Spain. This is the result of the steps we have taken and the integration of social and environmental concerns in all our operational activities but also in our day-to-day management.


About Ecovadis

EcoVadis experts analyze a company’s CSR practices in relation to the industry sector, the size and the geographic location of the company. Businesses are given a score out of 100 which takes into account their CSR policies, actions and results. The score is based on 21 environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria, which are broken down into four main areas: Environment, Social and human rights, Ethics and Sustainable procurement

These criteria correspond to international standards, such as ILO (International Labor Organization) conventions, the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact, the GRI Standards for global sustainable development reporting and the ISO 260004 standard.