Faperin is an innovative company since 1994 in its core business, which is the manufacture of pieces, assemblies, and subassemblies using Plastic Injection. The products manufactured at Faperin meet strict technical and aesthetic requirements because most are used in the automotive market.

Faperin maintains a strong and close relationship with the client and provides its experience, capacity for innovation, and value-providing solutions in order to meet the client’s needs.

At Faperin, we believe that people are one of the fundamental pillars on which the company is based and which allow us to be more competitive and work every day on continuous improvement. We, therefore, encourage and promote participation, communication, and training, so that a high participation level is reached in all the projects.


The European Commission defines CSR as “the responsibility of companies for their impacts on society.”

Faperin establishes, beyond its legal obligations, a public commitment to comply with business behavior principles and values, established in its “Ethics Code.” In it, the values to be met both by management and staff are defined in the social, environmental, and fair business practices areas. This commitment is also applicable for our suppliers.



From our beginnings in 1994, the priority of meeting quality requirements as well as meeting the expectations of our clients has been a constant in Faperin. Hence, practically from the beginning of our activity, we certify our Quality Management System as per the ISO 9001 standard

Subsequently, committed to continuous improvement, Faperin obtained the ISO/TS 16949:2009 certification for our quality management system for products destined for the automotive industry.

In addition, and in order to achieve a flawless product and process, increase productivity and maintain the quality expected by our clients, we follow methodologies such as the Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP.) Providing tools for product quality control such as statistical process control (SPC), x-R graphics, gauge measurements, as well as using tools for problem analysis (8D) and potential process flaws (FMEA.)