Since the environment is one of our biggest concerns, our greatest aspiration is to be as sustainable as possible.
Adigo’s most important environmental goal is, to the greatest possible extent, to support a more sustainable way of thinking. We strive towards a circular environmental economy, which means that we must ensure that the material flow in the company forms part of a cycle and generates minimal waste.
We know that transportation has an impact on our climate, which is why we work hard to minimize our freight from suppliers and to our customers. We review our transport flow to streamline our freight constantly. During work trips, we always review possible transport options and optimize the number of customer visits while we are out in the field, in order to keep our impact as low as possible.
With great power comes great responsibility. Our industry’s high demands on product functionality and quality is something we implement in everything we do. To ensure this we take full responsibility for our products’ lifespan. We are here for you, all the way from the pre-study up until production, delivery and the post-market activities. Our mission and greatest quality goal is to always be a fair business partner and to keep all parties happy by fulfilling expectations and demands, for clients and suppliers alike.
The work and processes at Adigo are certified in accordance with ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and for automotive business IATF 16949:2016. We view the certificates as proof of our high standards. Despite this we always work hard to get even better.
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Our most important quality issue is to interpret and comply our customers demand and expectations. Read more about our Quality policy (in Swedish). We will continuously influence our staff and our suppliers to implement an open and committed environmental work. Read more about our Environmental policy.
The Code of Conduct summarises the ethical values that the Addtech Group believe should apply to all relations. The code is based on the UN’s Global Compact, the ILO’s core conventions, the OECD’s guidelines for multinational companies, competition legislation and anti-corruption regulations. Read more here.