M-Tech Printers Business Ethics Policy
Statement M-Tech Printers will always strive to carry out its duties to the highest ethical standards and in compliance with all relevant legal requirements.
Representatives of the company will always demonstrate the highest levels of honesty and integrity to maintain personal and corporate reputation.
Business will be conducted in a fair, impartial, competant and efficient manner.
Environmental Concerns M-Tech Printers is committed to ensuring that the risk of any environmental damage or pollution caused by the company going about its day-to-day business is minimised as far as possible. To this extent the company has produced, and works within, an Environmental Policy
Quality M-Tech Printers' Quality Policy is to achieve sustained, profitable growth by providing services which consistently satisfy or exceed the needs and expectations of its customers. This level of quality is achieved through adoption of a system of procedures that reflect the competence of the Organisation to existing and potential customers.
Privacy We only collect basic 'core' business data to enable us to contact our prospects, customers and suppliers. This information would typically consist of a contact name, company, position, address, telephone, email and website addresses.
Customers The company will take all reasonable care to avoid misleading statements in its advertising and public communications.
It will seek long term relationships with customers built on mutual trust and understanding. It will also respect the confidentiality of any privileged information that may be divulged by a customer during negotiations or the product specifying process.
Suppliers The company's choice of suppliers will depend on; product specification, price, delivery, service and integrity.
Many of our suppliers are based overseas including some in developing countries. International development is an important part of our ethic but care is taken to ensure that none of our suppliers are engaged in any unethical practices including;
- forced or bonded labour
- child labour
- payment below the relevant local minimum wage
- restrictions on the freedom of association and collective bargaining
- poor health and safety practices
Competitors The company aims to build its reputation based solely on its performance. It will compete fairly and lawfully with others and will not seek to damage or undermine the reputation of others.