In this context, we are committed to building strong and long-term relationships with our suppliers founded on trust and mutual benefit. Within the framework of its invitations to tender, Faurecia considers that social, environmental and fair economic business principles are key elements in awarding a contract, both for new and existing suppliers.
Suppliers’ compliance with standards that match our own as outlined below is of the utmost importance for Faurecia.
Compliance with the Law
Suppliers must respect and comply in all areas with the laws and regulations in force in all of the countries in which they operates and/or sell. When local legislation is lower than the international standards outlined below, suppliers are still required to converge to these latest standards.
Responsible Supply Chain Management
Suppliers should prevent any contravention of human rights and prevent or mitigate environmental impacts that its enterprise may cause or contribute to through its own activities, or which may be directly linked to its operations, products or services by its business relationships.
Suppliers should carry out human rights and environmental assessments, in order to identify, prevent, mitigate and account for how they address their potential adverse impacts. Suppliers shall apply this code throughout its own supply chain.