Parker Lane Group | About Us
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Incorporation
2010

Parker Lane started a business in 2010 based on the ideals of individuals who wanted to make a difference within their communities. That commitment to caring for our communities, our environment, and each other remains a fundamental part of who we are and what we do.

Evolution
Bricks to clicks

Over the years Parker Lane evolved from collecting and processing used clothing to recognising inflection points in purchasing trends caused by a move from “bricks” to “clicks”.

 

We identified pinch points in retailers’ supply chains caused by aggressive marketing strategies and liberal returns policies.

Today
Value Proposition

Parker Lane understands the value proposition in handling returns efficiently on an SKU level in a safe, controlled and ethical way to limit value erosion and provide visibility in a complex commercial world.

 

Our tacit experience from salvaging value from used clothing enables us to extract a return from all quality profiles of returns. Our diverse and brand adolescent markets have been effective in providing secure solutions for retailers with large multinational footprints concerned with brand contamination. Our recycling arm also adds a layer of support and solutions for ethical destruction of garments.

5

Countries

151

Employees

13,500

m2 of process space

0

Waste

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Managing Director

Raffy Kassardjian

Raffy founded Parker Lane and has 15 years industry knowledge. His experience ranges from recycling used clothing to identifying supply chain and reverse logistics solutions.

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Group Sales Director

Aleksandra Banasik

Aleksandra is the Board Member of Parker Lane Poland and is responsible for overall sales and growth strategies. Her previous experience is in analytics and accountancy.

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E-Com Director

Christine Anserlian

Christine has a wide degree of creativity and latitude and is responsible for developing Parker Lane’s digital and IT efforts to meet the demands arising out of the push and pull of modern day commerce.

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Business Development

Philip Morton

Phil is responsible for Parker Lane’s business development and market position by locating, developing, defining, negotiating, and closing business relationships.

Our Environmental Credentials

To Parker Lane, the UK is far more than a place to do business. It’s our home in every sense of the word. Because of this, we have a natural interest in the welfare of the region and its people, and in doing what we can to help make it an even better place to live and work.

 

Long before ‘green’ was in, we’ve been mindful of our impact on the environment. Being environmentally responsible is a critical part of being a good corporate citizen and a good neighbour.

 

Since 2010, with your help, we have saved…

Water Saving (x Billions of litres)0

Carbon Saving (x 0000's tons)0

Tree Saving (x 00's )0

Ethics

We want to set an example in the marketplace when it comes to ethical values and professional standards.

 

Sustainability – As well as promoting sensible use of resources, we operate a “zero waste” policy on site. All employees of Parker Lane accept responsibility for considering environmental and social issues in their decisions.

Transparency – We seek constructive, transparent and open dialogue with our clients and partners.

Responsibility – We take responsibility for our actions and honor our commitments to our business partners and clients.

Community – We support a number of charitable projects within the community and also nationwide.

Employment – We treat our employees with respect and fairness and offer tolerant employment conditions in an environment free of discrimination.

Service and Excellence – We are committed to being a proactive, principled partner to our clients.

Confidentiality – We treat confidential information as such and do not disclose any non-public information unless required to do so by law.

Commitment – We value the efforts of our employees and strive to create a work environment that is designed to attract, develop and retain talent.

Health and Safety – We provide a safe place of work, adhering to local laws relating to health, safety and welfare in the workplace.

Trust – We are committed to behaving in an ethical and professional manner.

Anti bribery and corruption policy

 

Parker Lane values its reputation and is committed to maintaining the highest level of ethical standards in the conduct of its business affairs. The actions and conduct of the firm’s staff as well as others acting on the firm’s behalf are key to maintaining these standards.

Quality Policy

 

Quality is important to our business because we value our customers. We strive to provide our customers with products and services which meet and even exceed their expectations. We are committed to continuous improvement and have established a Quality Management System which provides a framework for measuring and improving our performance.

equal opportunity and diversity policy

Parker Lane’s diversity is our strength and we are committed to ensuring equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals.

 

We will recruit, hire, train and promote persons in all job titles and ensure that all other staff actions are administered without regard to race, colour gender, religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, gender identity or sexual orientation.

Health and Safety policy

Health and Safety at Parker Lane must be a part of every operation. Without question, it is every employee’s responsibility at all levels.

 

It is our aim to prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill health, as well as to provide adequate control of health and safety risks arising from work activities. We will achieve this by undertaking relevant risk assessments and ensuring action required to remove/control risks will be carried out.

 

The safety and health of every employee is a high priority. Management accepts responsibility for providing a safe working environment and employees are expected to take responsibility for performing work in accordance with safe standards and practices.