We have a comprehensive process to approve suppliers – and it starts with a Self assessment. The Self assessment includes a brief of the Supplier Code of Conduct, and each supplier must perform an internal review and accept it in order to initiate a collaboration with us. This is the foundation on which we initiate a business agreement, and can further be followed up with audits and other measures.
In 2018, Arjo initiated reviews of all our main suppliers and business partners to ensure that the requirements contained in the Code of Conduct are maintained. In the event that the requirements are not met, and if the supplier or business partner in question does not take adequate action to meet the requirements, the Group is entitled to cancel the contract and terminate all business connections.
General Terms and Conditions
Our suppliers are important to us and to obtain a long-term and sustainable relationship. We ask you to take note of our General Terms and Conditions in the document below. The General Terms and Conditions may be revised from time to time and updates provided herein.
Arjo is committed to working towards avoiding the use of minerals from conflict-affected and high risk-areas, which are affected by the risk defined in Annex 2 of the OECD Due Diligence Guidance.