National Transport Services and its worldwide network of partners, agents, contractors, customers, and suppliers is a contrasting group of allies with differences only in race, religion, culture, and language. The roots of our culture of business excellence are the firm belief in dignity, human rights, and the personal aspiration of all people.
We are aware of the importance of following and safeguarding our code of ethics and business conduct, which includes:
- Fairness in our business employment practices
- Fair compensation policies
- Health, safety, and security of our employees and our facilities
- Non-discrimination policies
National Transport Services supports these beliefs and core values in our respect for and compliance with local laws, regulations, and customs in all locations where we do business.
Business Practices and Business Relationships
National Transport Services is committed to providing world-class services for its customers. We believe that fair and trusting relationships with customers, suppliers, and partners are essential to delivering supply chain excellence.
Avoiding unethical or compromising practices in relationships, actions, and communications is of the utmost importance. National Transport Services is confident that its customers, suppliers, and partners strive to operate in an environment that is free from the influence of unethical business practices. So, the respective guiding principles are communicated throughout our organization, providing key references. National Transport Services personnel are requested to adhere to those principles, conduct business and cooperate with customers and business partners in a manner that would not, in any way, compromise those principles.
Our Guiding Ethical Principles:
- Avoidance of unethical or compromising practices in relationships, actions, and communications
- Refrain from accepting money, gifts (other than nominal value), excessive hospitality, loans, or other special treatment from present or potential customers or suppliers
- Refrain from counter-business agreements that restrain competition