INTEGRA understands good ethics and a strong commitment to corporate responsibility and Sustainable business practices to maintain Sustainable Supply Chain Management
To create a more Sustainable Procurement culture, we focus on the below Sustainable strategy
As part of our focus on operational efficency, we get actively engaged with our suppliers to mitigate business risk, environmental & social risks, and also givernance risks. This is done to achieve sustainable product performance, and to reduce any negative impact on our overall operations.
Our primary expectation from our suppliers is that they must follow the Supplier Code of Conduct. As per the laid down guidelines by the United Nations, educate the suppliers to support core values like anti-corruption, human rights, forced labour, ethics, environment and society.
Supplier communications and extending our values further into supply chains
We firmly believe that our sustainability principles are at their most effective when they are applied voluntarily on the basis of personal conviction. The key elements here are broadening our suppliers’ capability and intensifying the transfer of knowledge about sustainability. We support our suppliers through our “Sustainable Procurement Policy” and “Supplier Code of Conduct”. We explicitly encourage them to extend these values and implement sustainability requirements further into their own supply chain in order to create a network of interactions and business relations that are built on trust.
Supplier Code of Conduct signed by the Manufacturer of Key Raw material Suppliers
suppliers contracted with clauses of environment, labor and human rights requirements
Key Raw Material suppliers shall be covered by CSR Audit on site and Engaged in corrective action
Key Raw Material Suppliers participated in the sustainable procurement Training Program
Integra has a responsibility to respect human rights and conduct reasonable checks in its processes and supply chain to avoid sourcing directly / indirectly from the Congo (DRC) region which is partially financed by the exploitation and trade of conflict minerals- tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold originating in the DRC region. Integra is committed to supporting their customer to comply with disclosure obligations of “conflict minerals”.