Etic code

New Life Etic Code, pursues an enterprise model that, with passion,
contributes to build values in respect of workers, partners, customers and suppliers.

NEW LIFE strongly believes in reciprocal respect, in honesty and compliance to all laws
and existing norms, and promots their application by all counterparts.

We are ISO 9001 certified since 2013

What is ISO 9001?

It’s the internationally recognized reference standard for quality management.

Primary scope of ISO 9001 it’s to pursue customers’satisfaction, for the products
and services supplied, as well as continuous improvement of company performances, allowing the certified company to ensure
to its customers the constancy and improvement in the course of time, of the quality of its goods and services.

To be certified ISO 9001 is a voluntary choice, through which our company adheres to all those programs aiming to constant improvement of company’s performance, ensuring to its own clientele quality and attention through time.

We are capable to realize products provided with FSC® certificate


FSC® certificate identifies products containing wood coming from correctly and responsibly managed forests, according to rigid environmental, social and economic standards. Origins of forest have been indipendently controlled and evaluated
according to these standards (principles and criteria of good forest management) established and approved by Forest Stewardship Council® a.c.
through the participation and consent of involved parties.

FSC® is an international, independent, no profit ONG, including among its members, environmental
and social groups, local communities, forest owners, wood trading industries, scientists and technicians,
operating together to improve forests management all over the world.

Ask for our FSC® certified products

Our seats are CATAS certified


Materials and casegoods tests for quality and security in forniture are CATAS certified, the largest Italian research
in the wood-furnishing sector.

Seat and Back fatigue test EN 1728:2012+AC:2013
The test has been carried out according to table 1 of EN 16139:2013, level L1 – general.

The UNI EN 1728 norm defines the test method for seating’s durability and resistance evaluation.
Tests are carried out according to European Norms (EN), International Norms (ISO) and National Norms (UNI, DIN, BS,NF, ASTM, ANSI).
The present norm has been approved by CEN – European Committee for Standardization – on June 9th, 2012.

Other tests or the same test at different levels, can be carried out on specific request.

100% green

100 green logo

Items marked with this symbol can be produced on request with completely green materials and finishes.

100% Green New Life‘s trademark corresponds to:

FSC® wood, certiPUR foam, water painting finishing, 100% linen or 100% cotton with recycled ecological thread.

With the creation of these products the company has chosen ethically actively contribute

to the respect and maintenance of the environment.

Certified upholstery and padding

Certified textiles logo

New Life articles can be ordered with certified padding and upholstery.

Upholstery, fabrics, leather and imitation leather, carefully selected and offered by New Life in the Upholstery section.

Sustainability report

New Life has committed to having a photograph of actions under way and to detecting potential improvement strategies in its several areas of activity.

The result is the first corporate social report, a document that allows us to grasp the values ​​that have always inspired the company’s work,
giving substance to them with initiatives and projects and communicating their social and environmental impacts.

Said themes have been the subject matter of analyses and elaboration, while guiding the drawing up of a document which was actually generated with the objective of meeting our stakeholders’ communicative expectations.

With the Materiality Analysis, several aspects have emerged, allowing New Life to classify its own commitments, from a sustainability viewpoint, into four strands.

Transparency and impact reporting

Sustainability governance

Social growth and increasing the worth of people

Circular Production Model