Our Code of Conduct is at the heart of how we develop and live up to our business ethics.

It is only natural that we comply with all the laws and regulations; this is an absolute requirement for all of Softronic’s operations. The Code of Conduct sets out the rules and guidelines for our commercial behaviour and our responsibility towards colleagues, customers, suppliers, shareholders and authorities.

Business ethics is about how we behave towards each other and towards the world around us. Every employee of Softronic is responsible for following the rules and guidelines that promote Softronic’s values.

The company is eager for all employees to know and apply our Code of Conduct in a way that helps to create a good business that engenders trust and satisfaction.

The Code of Conduct applies to everyone who works for the business, Board members, managers, staff, sub-contracted consultants, and anyone else who represents Softronic in any way on our market.

Download: Directive Code of Conduct Softronic  (swedish link)

Code of conduct for our suppliers

Softronic has high ambitions to be a responsible company towards stakeholders and the rest of the world. This means that Softronic must act based on the highest possible ethical standards and integrity. In purchasing operations, Softronic must act professionally and objectively and apply healthy competition.

Softronic runs active sustainability work and is certified according to ISO14001. The aim is, among other things, to minimize negative environmental impact and work for human rights, equality, diversity, freedom of association and to prevent corruption and child labour.

Suppliers and business partners to Softronic are expected to share Softronic’s values and actively contribute to minimizing environmental impact. Compliance with this code of conduct is taken into account both when deciding on new business relationships/purchases and when evaluating ongoing contractual relationships.

The suppliers who can clearly demonstrate that they comply with the requirements, for example through their own code of conduct, are given priority. If the supplier cannot comply with the code during the current contract period, it is the supplier’s responsibility to notify Softronic. By approving the code, the supplier undertakes to assist Softronic in any possible control/audit of actual conditions. The code of conduct must be seen as basic supplier requirements that are normally supplemented with more specific requirements depending on the purchasing situation or type of business relationship.

Download: Code of conduct for suppliers (swedish link)


Charlotte Eriksson