The French company has been awarded the EPV (“Living Heritage Company”) label at the end of July 2020.
An entirely family-owned French firm since its creation in 1948, g.pivaudran designs and manufactures bespoke and innovative aluminium objects for the global perfume, cosmetics and spirits markets.
The EPV label, awarded following the State-certification process for a five-year period, distinguishes French firms with excellent artisanal and industrial expertise. “Holders of the award are a gauge of the highest level of quality in their business sector and form the French elite in a host of sectors. These companies both invent and innovate in their production processes and premium product offerings,” says g.pivaudran in a statement.
A total of over 1,500 companies have been awarded the label, recognised for their respect of the profession and exceptional abilities. It is awarded to companies operating in a range of sectors including decoration, table arts, fashion and food sectors, to name but a few.
“We are hugely proud of this distinction which rewards our expertise developed down the years. Our profession involves the transformation of metal for the manufacture of high-quality parts intended for beauty packaging and design and we fully intend to remain committed to what we do today, namely to remain a global leader in this sector,” states Marc Pivaudran, the company’s CEO.
“This highly sought-after label is a mark of recognition which honours all of our employees and further consolidates our image as professionals with some of the largest global perfume, cosmetics and spirits brands who confide in us”, adds the director.