Business Code of Conduct

Business Code of Conduct

Multicraft International strives to provide excellent products and services, while operating in sustainable manner that promotes people and the environment as our most valued resources.  For this purpose, we have adopted the following guidelines as recommended by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG).  We believe that our supply chain partners should also uphold these same guidelines.


The basis for sustainable and successful business activity is to have integrity and transparent business practices.  We are committed to operating honestly, equitably, and in accordance with local law, including those laws pertaining to;

  • Anti-Corruption
  • Anti-competitive Business Practices
  • Protection of Intellectual Property
  • Respect for Company and Personal Data
  • Export Controls
  • Conflicts of Interest



Multicraft International will pursue effective environmental protection throughout the supply chain in order to reduce the environmental footprint of our products through-out their life-cycle.  All products manufactured within the supply chain, and the applied materials and substances used in the process are expected to meet environmental standards for design, development, distribution, use, disposal or recycling.  Such a comprehensive approach includes but is not limited to;

  • Reducing energy and water consumption
  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Increasing use of renewable energies
  • Enhancing appropriate waste management
  • Training of employees



Child Labor and Young Workers.  Child labor should not be tolerated and the age of employment must be in accordance with local labor law.

Wages and Benefits.  Compensation and benefits should be competitive and comply with applicable local laws, including those relating to minimum wages, overtime compensation, and legally mandated benefits.

Working Hours.  Working hours, including overtime, should comply with applicable local laws regulating hours of work.

Forced Labor.  Any form of forced or compulsory labor, including human trafficking, should not be tolerated.

Freedom of Association.  Workers should be able to communicate openly with management regarding working conditions without fear of reprisal, intimidation or harassment.  Workers should have the right to associate freely, to join or not join labor unions, seek representation, and join workers’ councils in accordance with local law.

Health and Safety.  Workers should have a safe and healthy working environment that meets or exceeds applicable standards for safety and occupational health.

Harassment and Discrimination.  Harassment or discrimination against employees in any form is not acceptable.

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