OUR ACTIONS FOR OVER 10 YEARS
MADE IN FRENCH ALPS
Since 2009, we have had a Made in French Alps range. Manufactured in our textile production workshop in Saint-Pierre-de-Chartreuse (laser cutting, sublimation, thermo bonding), hiring more than ten people.
Not everything can be done in France, we produce most of our ranges abroad, mainly in Asia. We work on products by trying as much as possible to have them manufactured in France by automating, and by bringing added value with innovation and smaller production runs.
Our objective? To offer the choice of locally sourced materials and produced products with a reduced carbon footprint to our customers, it's up to you to choose.
TRANSPARENCY WITH REGARD TO OUR PRODUCTION
How do we choose our suppliers ? We work with factories in Asia for reasons of competitiveness, quality/price ratio in comparison to the market. We guarantee the quality of the working conditions in relation to local standards and the places where our products are manufactured.
PRODUCT REPAIR SERVICE
Making your products last longer is our responsibility. Our policy is as follows: is your product damaged as a result of an accident? We will provide you with a quote for the cost of repair. Do you have a question? Contact our after-sales service.
THE OUTDOOR LAB
Anchoring in society
RaidLight has been involved for a long time in various professional networks of entrepreneurs and the outdoor industry. Thanks to our willingness to open up, we welcome every year trainees at different levels; 3rd year trainees for the discovery of the company, or students in qualified training courses from BAC+2 to BAC+5, as well as regular work-study students We also open our doors to company visits for schools and universities, and each year more than ten visits are organised to help students understand our business.
The majority of our employees are located in the village of Saint-Pierre de Chartreuse. This has the following positive consequences: 86% of our employees live in Saint Pierre de Chartreuse or neighbouring villages, and 44% of them come to work either by bike or on foot.