Brazil, free competitiveness is a constant principle of the Federal
Constitution, as well as one of the fundaments of the economic order.
Therefore, Brazilian society has chosen free competitiveness as
the principle in which all companies that operate on national territory
are subordinated to.
We are constantly working to develop our system to be able to offer
even better services.
The Company Ethics Code is an instrument of the realization of the
principles, vision and mission of the company. It serves to guide
its collaborators’ actions and demonstrate the company’s
social posture confronting different public facets in which it interacts
with. It is of utmost importance that its content be reflected upon
as per the attitude of those in which it is directed to and that
it find support among the high management of the company, whereas
the last hired employee has the responsibility to live by it.
Purpose: To present relative data regarding suppliers’ relationship:
selection and quotation routines, suppliers’ unique cases,
quotation dismissal cases, previous disqualification cases, conflicts
which arose and manner in which handled.
Elaborate list of all ethical communications received, discriminating
the issues dealt with, as well as auditing cases. Demonstrate statistics
per area and relationship group of the company.
Elaborate report of complete review, pointing out the positive aspects
noted, as well as the need for change, development, training and
measures to be taken.
Ethical duties regarding competition as follows:
- Fight for the principle of free competitiveness to be practiced
- Abstain from interfering with the practical realization of the
- Abstain from doing anything that may be considered non-competitive.
- Abstain from any practice abusing of economic power. (A company
may be found abusing of economic power when using capital force
to, ensure any means different form free competitiveness, ensure
acquisition of its products or services or to dominate the market.
a final practice of this fundament, it is necessary to revise the
final report and decide which of the recommended measures should
be adopted, establishing other measures should it be the case.