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Standard is one of the longest-running trademarks in Estonia, which started producing and selling furniture in 1944. By now, Standard has grown into an international master brand, leading the way in creating modern business environments. Our name – Standard – gives us both the inspiration and clear target to follow. Standard is synonymous with quality, and for us it means a constant pursuit of perfection.
The success of Standard is based on offering a functional whole. Former core business of the company – furniture manufacturing – is only half of it today. The other half includes customer counselling, spatial planning, interior design and implementation management so that the details would form a perfectly functioning whole. We are convinced that as a person you can do your best only if the environment around you, both at work and when traveling, considers your actual needs. This is the environment we create for our customers. In most cases, our customers are international hotel chains and offices with many employees who want their guests and employees to have the perfect conditions to spend time away from home.
Standard – expect excellence.
It’s natural that as humans we all want the best around us.
If you have a choice, you could want more.
Here at Standard, we share a vision of environmental responsibility and aim to make manufacturing operations more environmentally sound.
To achieve this, we have launched several initiatives to reduce our CO2 carbon footprint. We burn less fuel for central heating by returning the filtered hot air back to the plant, consequently reducing our CO2 emissions. By replacing shale oil energy with cleaner fuels, we have reduced noxious emissions to a minimum. In recent years we installed a new incineration class biomass boiler house and new exhaust and filtration systems at our Kose Plant. A controlled high burning temperature and proper filters ensure that sawdust, residue chipboards and MDF get properly burned. Our CO2 emissions are used for heating the plant as well as office spaces, and are then cleaned with modern filtering systems. As of 2018, we sort out wood-based and furniture board leftovers from all factories and use it for heating, constantly looking for new opportunities to reduce waste, recycle and become more energy efficient.