You cannot dispose of them via secondary networks if you wish to avoid altering your Brand.
You are committed to a Corporate Social Responsibility policy that no longer allows for stock to be destroyed.
You are affected by the Law of 10 February 2020 on the fight against waste and the circular economy.
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ReValorem handles the majority of luxury goods: shoes, leather goods, watches, clothing, accessories. We also process primary and unused raw materials or off-cuts: mainly leather & textiles.
Our service is subject to a 2-stage pricing system:
1. A fixed price determined together with you, in order to finance a feasibility pilot project. At the end of this Pilot, we will provide you with a set of specifications and a price list per item.
2. The price list per item, calculated on the basis of a unique, all-in, hourly production rate, is presented in the form of an abacus "X% recovery compared to unit cost".
This allows you to place the cursor where you wish, according to the recovery target you fix.
First the materials are sorted and stored in our warehouses in their raw state. We then have a large network of various manufacturers in France, Italy, Portugal and Germany who are interested in your raw materials, either on a one-off or recurring basis, and whose expectations we are aware of. We regularly propose materials once the required minimum quantities are attained. Any sale proceeds are returned to you.
The materials that cannot be recovered at all, representing the (1-X)% above, are destroyed via conventional channels.
The Professional Integration Workshops play an essential role at ReValorem, both in terms of what they do and what they are.
Thanks to our clients, we provide employment and qualifications to people who very often find themselves in precarious situations. Thus, for every 100,000 pairs of shoes processed on an annual basis, we help create 20 production and management jobs.
Enacted on 10 February 2020, the law on the fight against waste and the circular economy aims to accelerate change in production and consumption patterns in order to reduce waste and protect natural resources, biodiversity and the climate. The destruction of new, unsold non-food items is prohibited as a matter of principle. Companies must, subject to some exceptions, donate or recycle their products by no later than the end of 2021 or 2023, depending upon the sector.