At NCC, we strive to achieve long-term business relationships as a basis for generating customer value, shareholder value and secure workplaces that promote development.
NCC suppliers must:
- Comply with laws, rules and regulations of the jurisdiction in which they operate or where they provide services to NCC.
- Ensure that all reports, records and invoices are complete and accurate.
- Prohibit corruptions and bribery, such as giving or offering anything of value to a government official or company representative, including NCC employees, to influence a decision.
- Avoid situations that may present a conflict of interest in work with NCC, such as exploiting relations with business partners and NCC for personal gain.
- Be engaged in legitimate business activities where money laundering or criminal payments do not occur.
- Respect fair competition and antitrust law and not enter into any agreement concerning price fixing or market sharing.
- Not use or disclose sensitive or confidential information about NCC.
- Never share personal data except with those employees or associates who have a legitimate business need for the information, in accordance with applicable privacy laws.