Locations
Contacts

Endre Lunde

Senior Vice President, Communications

MAIL P.O. Box 142, NO-2831 Raufoss, Norway
VISIT Enggata 37, 2830 Raufoss, Norway
EMAIL endre.lunde@nammo.com
TEL +4790853270

Norway

Nammo AS

MAIL P.O. Box 142, NO-2831 Raufoss, Norway
VISIT Enggata 37, NO-2830 Raufoss, Norway
EMAIL info@nammo.com
TEL +47 61 15 36 00

Suppliers

Nammo acknowledges ethics and corporate responsibility as the heart of its operations and shall be recognized for its high ethical standards. Nammo requires its Suppliers to support and uphold the same standards.

Supplier Conduct Principles

The objective of these principles is to state the requirement for best business practices and personal conduct in the entire Nammo supply chain and for Nammo business partners.

Nammo considers ethics and corporate responsibility to be at the heart of its operations and intends to be recognized for holding a high ethical standard. Nammo expects the same from any business partners.

The objective of Nammo’s Supplier Conduct Principles is to state the requirement for best business practices, personal conduct and safe working conditions in the entire Nammo supply chain and for all parties (entities and/or persons) that have a direct contractual relationship with and offer products and services to Nammo.

Nammo’s Supplier Conduct Principles are founded on the UN Global Compact’s ten principles, the International Labor Organization (ILO) conventions, and Nammo’s Ethical Code of Conduct.

Modern Slavery

Modern slavery, including forced labor, human trafficking and debt bondage, is a violation of human rights and international labor standards. To eradicate modern slavery in all its forms, companies need to contribute.

Nammo is committed to ensuring, to the best of our knowledge, that there is no slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains. The Group will not knowingly support and/or do business with any suppliers who are involved in slavery.

This statement has been published in accordance with the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out the steps taken by NAMMO during the financial year ending 31 December 2019 to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in its business, operations and supply chain and the proposed actions to support this going forward.