We meet and follow rigorous standards
in quality, safety, environment
and social responsibility.

For Grupo Hada, quality is a priority

Integrated Management System

Over the years, we have refined our quality system, ensuring that all production processes meet the highest standards required by the industry and our customers. We have different local and global certifications, ensuring that our final product meets the requirements demanded in different markets, in order to be competitive worldwide. For Hada Group it is a commitment to offer the best product on the market.

Currently, the plant located in Barranquilla Colombia has the manufacturing capacity certificate for solids, liquids and semisolids in cosmetic forms and household hygiene products in liquid form, granted by the National Institute for Food and Drug Surveillance INVIMA, the World BASC Organisation certificate and Recognition of High Performance in CFR Standards - Code of Federal Regulations Title 21 US Food And Drugs Administration, Workplace Conditions Assessment (WCA), awarded by Intertek.

Likewise, this plant has received satisfactory audits by Intertek under the Supplier Qualification Program and Global Security Verification Program standards based on the security measures established by U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection and other mutually recognized international supply chain security programs, and by the FDA under the CFR standard - Code of Federal Regulations Title 21 U.S. Food And Drugs Administration.

Hada is currently an approved supplier for clients such as: Colgate Palmolive Compañía, Johnson & Johnson, Henkel, Procter & Gamble, Natura Cosméticos Ltda, Bayer S.A, Casa Luker, Jerónimo Martins Colombia S.A.S., Mercadería Justo y Bueno, among others.

Being consistent with our integrated policy that considers social responsibility as one of its fundamental pillars, our manufacturing plants have joined social responsibility initiatives such as SEDEX, which corresponds to a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting improvements in business practices. in relation to the ethics and responsibility of supply chains around the world, based on the pillars of Labor Regulations, Prevention of occupational risks, Environment and Business Ethics.

Since 2011, our administrative and sustainability practices are aligned with the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact. They are Hada’s stakeholders: customers, suppliers, employees and families, shareholders, senior management, unions, government entities, environmental groups, contractors, consumers, the local community, the media and the academy.

*Currently, Grupo Hada is a member of RSPO

Integrated Management Policy

It is a continuous commitment of all members of the organization to be responsible with stakeholders, aiming at the integration of all activities in order to improve permanently, in a safe and respectful operational environment with people and the environment, observing the application of the legal, regulatory and other requirements to which the organization subscribes.