Dexion’s culture is based on respect for the rights, freedoms, safety and health of our employees, and we recognise that these values are important to convey through our supply chain.
We also understand the importance of knowing where raw materials, product components and services are sourced from. It’s not just a matter of quality assurance. Building strong relationships with our suppliers provides us with a window into their operations and the opportunity to influence positive change for workers.
Dexion first developed its Code of Ethics in 2017 with the objective of gaining transparency and the accountability of its suppliers as to worker welfare. Importantly, Dexion’s supply chain includes companies which are either owned or commonly controlled by Dexion’s parent company, the Tech-Link Group. No one knows or understands our manufacturing facilities and sourcing of material like we do.
Our continued commitment to identifying and addressing any modern slavery risks in our supply chain is supported by a robust human rights framework in our own operations and ensuring that these are shared by others in our supply chain.