Please read more about our corporate policies below.
On 29th March 2017, the UK government triggered Article 50 which began a process for the UK to leave the European Union by April 2019 (so-called “Brexit”).
There is considerable uncertainty as the UK and EU have not concluded negotiations on the nature of the trading relationship post-Brexit. Indeed, even the timing of Brexit is not certain as there is discussion on transitional arrangements and how long these may need to be in place.
This uncertainty is unhelpful for our current and potential partners within the European Union and the UK. Within these uncertain times we would like to assure our partners that:
- Ishida Europe will continue to conform to EU legal and regulatory requirements;
- There will be no significant increase in prices because of the implementation of tariffs between the EU and UK; and
- There is security of supply across all new machines, spare parts and labour and that this can be guaranteed for the normal timeframes of existing and future portfolios.
Download and read our complete statement below.
Ishida Europe Ltd. continually strives to deliver high performance for our clients, our company and our stakeholders and we remain committed to upholding the highest ethical and professional standards consistent with our Governing Principles and our Code of Conduct. Please download our Code of Conduct Policy document for full details.
Ishida and all of its Group companies have a zero tolerance of bribery and corruption and is committed to compliance with The Bribery Act 2010.
We are committed to improving our practices to combat slavery and human trafficking. Download and read our full statement.
Our business activities incur a variety of taxes, including corporation tax, customs duties and business rates. Please download the document below for our full details of our tax strategy.
Our report on payment practices and policies in respect of payment of suppliers’ contracts is published on the Gov.uk website.
We are obliged by the Equalities Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 to report various information on the “Gender Pay Gap”. The required information is set out in the document below.