We maintain regular contact with many different suppliers, ranging from local service providers to global producers of raw materials, logistical services and technology. Yara's suppliers are among our recognized Business Partners, and we want to foster these relationships.
Yara works according to internationally recognized and endorsed standards in key areas such as international human rights, business ethics and labor conditions. We expect our Business Partners to do the same and are committed to working only with partners that fulfill these requirements.
We expect the highest standards from our selected partners. If you are invited to register with us you will find information and tools to help you on these pages.
All of our business partners, including customers, suppliers, distributors, agents, intermediaries, resellers, consultants, contractors, associates, lobbyists and joint venture partners are recognized as important members of the worldwide team contributing to our success.
We expect all our business partners to commit to doing business ethically, sustainably and responsibly.
Conducting our own operations in an ethical and compliant manner is not enough. In order to drive change, we must ensure our partners stay in line with our mission.
Integrity Due Diligence (IDD) is the process of assessing the integrity of prospective, new and existing Business Partners. During assessment, we may identify actual or possible risks related to corruption or human rights. We always evaluate potential new business partners according to pre-defined risk factors to make sure they comply with our ethical standards.
Yara seeks to enter into fair and balanced agreements with all suppliers, based on consistent legal terms, and therefore it is our company policy that all supplier agreements should be based on our GTC of Purchase.
Please note that Yara may use country specific versions of this GTC of Purchase in certain jurisdictions to accommodate for mandatory law.