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The Coroplast Group is committed to a supply chain that fulfills its human rights due diligence obligations and legal requirements for environmental protection in the value chain. Compliance with our Code of Conduct and the rules set out therein provides the framework for action for employees and suppliers.
  • High-bay warehouse at the Coroplast Group

    Working in partnership with our suppliers

    Our key suppliers must be certified to at least ISO 9001, ISO/TS 16949, or ISO 50001. In addition, suppliers must be committed to fair competition and conduct business in accordance with generally accepted ethical values and principles.

    Learn more about our supplier management

Responsible Minerals Initiative

The conflict minerals tantalum, tin, gold and tungsten may be part of the Coroplast Group's production process for certain products, which we purchase in the Coroflex and WeWire divisions. To minimize the risk that these raw materials in the supply chain of our suppliers originate from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) or its neighboring countries, we use the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) questionnaire of the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI).

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Corporate Due Diligence Act in Supply chain

The admission and compliance with international human rights, internationally acknowledged labor and social standards in accordance with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the core labor standards of the International Labor Organization (ILO core labor standards) and the Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) shape the business activities of the Coloplast Group.

The Coroplast Group strives to implement the obligations of the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act through continuous stakeholder engagement, access to grievance mechanisms, transparent disclosure and due diligence.

Human Rights Officer

In accordance with the Due Diligence Act, the management of the Coroplast Group has appointed the Chief Compliance Officer as Human Rights Officer. The Human Rights Officer monitors risk management and reports regularly, at least once a year, to the Management Board.

Further information on the compliance management system

In order to fulfil our claim as the Coroplast Group to recognise and respect human rights, we have implemented a Code of Conduct for ourselves and our suppliers, which expresses our attitude towards ourselves and our business partners.

Complaints procedures

The Coroplast Group has introduced a whistleblower system for reporting compliance and human rights violations. Employees of the Coroplast Group as well as suppliers, customers or other third parties can use this whistleblower system to report any violations of human rights or environmental issues relating to the Coroplast Group.

You have become aware of a violation in the following areas:

  • Human rights and discrimination
  • Corruption and bribery
  • Product conformity and the environment
  • Competition and antitrust law
  • Trade controls and conflict minerals
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Data protection & data security
  • Tax
  • Money laundering
  • Others

To the whistleblower tool

  • With mobile devices you can also scan this QR Code.

    Further information on the complaints procedures can be found in the whistleblower policy below.

Our values and rules for download

Here you will find our Code of Conduct and other guidelines that summarize the values on which the Coroplast Group is based.


Do you have questions about compliance or the Code of Conduct of Coroplast Group? Then you are welcome to contact the Compliance Officer.