Code of Conduct of PWL Group

We are a medium sized company, established in 2007 as part of the PWL-Group and being active in the international logistics and transport market. It is important for us to be a reliable and predictable partner to our customers and contractors as well as to our employees. Basis of this is the compliance with national and international laws regulations and ethics principles. It is our target to increase our reputation and to generate a healthy growth by this. In order to ensure the compliance of these rules we have established a Compliance Management System. Our managers as well as the employees are requested to back and to support this Code of Conduct. Following requirements to apply for us, and whenever possible to our business partners as well.

Laws and Regulations
Laws and regulations of the respective country of our business activities are to be followed. Corruption and Bribery Every kind of corruption and bribery is to neglected. This refers to active as well as to passive corruption and bribery.

Child Labour
Any kind of child labour is forbidden. Unless local law stipulates a higher age limit, no children of school age or younger than 15 years may be employed unless the rules of the convention no. 138 ILO International Labour Organization, and no. 182 („Worst form of Child Labor“) stipulate different.

Forced Labour
Forced labour (forced prison labour, bounded labour or the like) are forbidden. Compensation Wages, including overtime or benefits shall be equal to or exceed the level required by law, regulations or salary agreements.

Health and Safety
The protection of health, safety and a healthy working environment has to be assured.

Standards and regulations for environment protection and environmental pollution have to be observed or even improved. Harassment Personal rights, personal dignity as well as privacy are very important to us. Employees therefore may neither be corporal punished, nor physically, sexual, psychological or verbally abused or harassed.

No employee may be discriminated due to the colour of the skin, race, nationality, social background, possible disability, sexual orientation, political or religious conviction as well as gender or age. This refers to all decisions of employment, promotion, payment, benefits, training, layoff and termination.