L-R: Mark Sanders, Kata Nagy, Deborah Parry-Clarke, Rebecca Cartwright, Ian Glass, Alex Malpas, Zeba Mirza

Leading marketing production specialists, Cyan Group has demonstrated its continued commitment to responsible business following a successful annual audit of the ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 standards.

Cyan Group was re-awarded with the ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 accreditations in February 2024, which provide a framework for environmental performance and quality management.

Established in 1997, Cyan Group delivers merchandising solutions and print management services for a range of clients including leading logistics brands and is also a trusted partner for public sector organisations. Cyan Group prides itself on putting sustainability at the heart of the business.

ISO 14001 is the internationally recognised standard for environmental management systems and provides a framework to take proactive action to measure and minimise a company’s environmental impact.


With a strong focus on the customer and continual improvement, ISO 9001 is a globally recognised quality management system which helps organisations monitor performance, meet customer expectations and demonstrate their commitment to quality.

Cyan Group has taken steps to monitor and manage its impact on the environment by providing annual sustainability training for colleagues, the implementation of its Saving the Planet report which captures conversations with customers around sustainability and also working with suppliers to ensure full traceability of products.

In addition, Cyan Group holds the Silver Sustainability Rating from international sustainability accreditation company EcoVadis, following assessment of its environmental, social, and ethical performance. Cyan also holds FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) accreditation.

Cyan Group was previously based in Twickenham, south-west London, before its owners moved the team to the Midlands in 2023 to be more centrally located for serving the company’s national and international clients.

Cyan Group operations director Mark Sanders commented: “We are thrilled to maintain both ISO standards. It’s a great way for us to monitor and measure our own impact but to engage with our customers on sustainability issues.

“We are having more and more conversations with customers around eco products, traceability and environmentally friendly ways of doing business and the accreditation is a great way to demonstrate to our customers that we are committed to making a difference.”

Ian Glass added: “Sustainability is a conversation we have with all of our clients, from the type of paper they use, to where the cotton in branded tote bags have originated from. It’s important to us that we lead the way and demonstrate our commitment to the environment, internally and externally.”