Heidelberg is managed and run according to a set of policies and guidelines. These policies help us support our business, employees and stakeholders.
Heidelberg Graphic Equipment Ltd strongly supports the rights of equal pay regardless of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, disability, pregnancy or maternity and age. Our Company is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all employees, workers and job applicants.
Heidelberg Tax Strategy Statement
Our tax strategy applies to all UK entities in the Heidelberg Group and is in line with our Corporate Governance code and our risk and opportunity management system. The publication of our tax strategy statement is regarded as complying with Part 2 of Schedule 19 of the 2016 Finance Act and has been approved by the Chief Accountant on the 27th March 2018.
Antislavery and Human Trafficking Statement
Heidelberg Graphic Equipment Limited is committed to ensuring that its suppliers do not engage in human trafficking or the use of slave labour. Our code of conduct and our Supplier Code of Ethics reflect our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all aspects of our business. To identify and mitigate risk we require our suppliers to comply with our Supplier Code of Ethics and we may conduct various audits of our suppliers.
Heidelberg Supplier Code of Ethics
Heidelberg Graphic Equipment Limited conducts its business at all times in accordance with its core values: Listen, Inspire and Deliver, Continuous Improvement, Customer Focus, and Innovation. As a result, we expect that our Suppliers operate in a manner that is consistent with these values.