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RJC certifies four new members

Hublot, Historic Originals, G Diam BVBA and Esteem Diamond Systems Pvt Limited have all been certified by the RJC for meeting the ethical, human rights, social and environmental standards set by the RJC’s accreditation system.

CEO of Switzerland-based watchmaker Hublot, Ricardo Guadalupe, said: “Hublot is proud to have obtained RJC Certification because when our focus is often on the search for productivity and profitability, we must also respect a certain number of rules and values. We are eager to collaborate with the RJC and its partners in order to globally promote the respect of these responsible business practices, which guarantee our integrity and transparency.”

Historic Originals of Reading, the company behind the Hot Diamonds retail brand, has also been certified.

“At Historic Originals, ethical, social and environmental standards are always high on the agenda, and we strive to maintain an excellent performance in relation to these important matters.

Consequently, we are thrilled to achieve this certification, and we will work tirelessly to retain our standards over the coming months and years,” said Historic Originals’ head of commerce Adryan Cresswell.

Akshay Jhaveri, manager of G Diam BVBA, added: “RJC Certification provides us with a framework to continuously improve our business practices and we thank them for their support.”

Each company had to undergo a third-party verification assessment before receiving their certification.

“We are very happy to achieve RJC Certification and we believe it is a solid validation of our policies of ethical and fair business. It is the right path to the future for us,” remarked Esteem Diamond Systems’ director Haresh K Sanghavi.

RJC warmly congratulated each company on its certification.

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