Anti-bribery and corruption
LINPAC has clear policies on bribery, corruption and facilitation payments.
Employees do not offer or accept bribes or give or take facilitation payments or gifts made to secure advantage in business transactions, in any form whatsoever. We also promote this policy among our business partners.
Please click these links to download the Group's Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy and Facilitation Payments Policy documents in PDF format. These set out the Group's position on bribery, corruption and facilitation payments and detail how responsibility for observing and upholding our position is established across our international operations.
The policies apply to all directors and employees, divisions, businesses, operating units and companies throughout the world that are part of the LINPAC Group. They also extend to dealings with business partners - including agents, distributors, re-sellers, contractors, suppliers and joint ventures.
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Labor and Human Rights (Ropak)
Ropak Packaging (also trading as LINPAC Ropak) supports internationally recognized labor and human rights standards and strives to ensure that the materials in its supply chain meet these standards. Ropak Packaging does not allow activities in its own operations that would be defined as slavery or human trafficking, and expects its suppliers to adhere to the same standard. Ropak Packaging evaluates the risk of these activities with selected suppliers as it conducts its business operations and will address specific issues of concern as necessary. Ropak Packaging requires certification from selected suppliers and may conduct independent verification and auditing regarding human trafficking, slavery and other labor issues within its supply chain as necessary. Ropak Packaging seeks to ensure that all employees and suppliers are aware of this policy.