For Arbonia, integrity and law-abiding business practices lay the foundation for sustainable corporate governance and hence a future-proof company. The spectrum of topics covers numerous ethical principles relating to our internal collaboration and our work with business partners. Furthermore, the topics of data security and data transfer are becoming more and more important. In addition to our own business practices, we are also placing increasing emphasis on due diligence in the supply chain. In all countries in which Arbonia operates, it adheres to the Universal Declaration on Human Rights of the United Nations, the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and other international standards for protecting human rights.


Compliance and anti-corruption

Employees are called upon to participate actively in observing the Code of Conduct, including the “Supplement to the Code of Conduct”...

Procurement and supply chain

Arbonia takes its responsibility very seriously with regard to upholding human rights and preventing child labour within its own scope of business and in relation to business partners.

Data protection and cybersecurity

At Arbonia, we have expanded the Information Security Management System, which contains a holistic security programme.