at Wachsmuth & Krogmann -
we stand for Hanseatic trade tradition and innovation
Due to our extensive product range our supply chains are very complex. They extend over several countries and production steps. With some of our producers, we maintain long-term partnerships, while the supply chains in other sectors, on the basis of product and production specifications are usually much more variable. The Conditions and criteria of our cooperation differ depending on the business area.
We place great value on social and environmental sustainability of cooperation with business partners and producers. The Code of Conduct for business partners describes in this regard, the basic principles for the cooperation.
The principles contained constitute the minimum standards for our business relationships.
It is based on the following international guidelines and principles:
Our company is committed to respect the following occupational and environmental principles:
Wachsmuth & Krogmann does not tolerate child labour, a child who is younger than the local legal age of one of our suppliers.
Unauthorized Subcontracting / Sub-Contractors
Wachsmuth & Krogmann calls from our suppliers and manufacturers a fair and respectful way.
Wachsmuth & Krogmann will not tolerate any form of forced labour, or other related practice.
ZWINGUNG OR DAMAGE OF WORKERS
Wachsmuth & Krogmann not accept any Form of discrimination, coercion, or harassment of workers.
Systematic Non-Payment –
below the minimum wage
Wachsmuth & Krogmann respects the right of workers to a fair wage.
SYSTEMATICALLY DELAYED payment
Wachsmuth & Krogmann respects the right of workers to receive on-time wage
DEADLY DANGER TO THE LIFE OR
The health OF THE WORKERS
Wachsmuth & Krogmann encourages suppliers
ensure that your employees in a safe working environment are.
LACK OF TRANSPARENCY OF THE CONDITIONS AND / OR RECORDS OF THE PRODUCTION PLANT
Our supplier must be able at all times authentic records present.
Wachsmuth & Krogmann does not tolerate bribery by one of our suppliers.
UNAUTHORIZED & ILLEGAL DISPOSAL
OF CHEMICALS, SEWAGE, OR SLUDGE
We encourage our suppliers to respect the environment and to avoid damage to the environment.
Wachsmuth & Krogmann calls for the cooperation of our suppliers to access to facilities and documents.
Your security is important to us
To ensure the safety and quality of our products,
we work together with many different testing institutes.
Memberships & Associations
Regional as well as International, we are aware of the importance of networks and associations aware of:
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The Association of finished goods importers (VFI)
it was founded in 1962. He is an amalgamation of mainly in the European Union-based companies. The VFI advises its members, including in trade and economic policy issues.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) for the conservation of forests through responsible use of wood as a resource and a sustainable forest economy.
The Foreign Trade Association (FTA) is a business Association of European and international companies, which promotes free trade and sustainable distribution channels.
The international non-profit business Association Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) has its seat in Brussels. The aim of the BSCI inspection and improvement of social Standards and working conditions in the company.
In the AGA, more than 3500 companies from Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, lower Saxony and Schleswig are organized--Holstein. The, founded in 1949, the Association supports its members in all matters of business and personnel management.
The Were-Verein der Hamburger Börse e. V. is a German Federal Association of Wholesale and foreign trade. The Association represents companies from the segments of fruit, vegetable, juice, and canned fish and frozen products, fish and delicatessen products, dry fruits, Nuts, organic products, dried vegetables, spices, baking the seeds and related products. The Goods Association was founded in 1900 in Hamburg, Hanseatic merchants and is a recognised authority in the import trade in processed foods.
The DLG promotes knowledge, quality and transfer of technology, the progress in the agricultural, Agri - food economy in the world and is helping to secure the global foundations of life in a sustainable way. As an open, international network, the DLG developed with experts from all over the world, future-oriented solutions for the challenges of the industry. It organises leading international trade fairs and events in the fields of crop production, animal husbandry, agricultural and forestry equipment, ...