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E-Repair code of ethics

This code of ethics expresses the commitments and ethical responsibilities in the conduct of business and company activities undertaken by all those who work at and for E-Repair S.r.l., hereinafter referred to as E-Repair, towards its stakeholders, collaborators, customers, partners and communities in the areas where E-Repair carry out its activities.

For the purpose of this document, E-Repair means the organisation as a whole, an entity with its own rights, obligations and responsibilities, pursuant to the applicable law (Legislative Decree 231/01), which implements all this through its departments, organisational structures and each individual subject, each for the part that concerns them.
E-Repair is a company that repairs and refurbishes printed circuit boards for industrial applications, both on its behalf and in the name and on behalf of Siemens or other companies. The company promotes a Circular Economy, that is, recycling of obsolete items that are repaired and remanufactured, environmental sustainability and respect for the entire supply chain.

This ‘Mission’ reflects E-Repair business goals, the common purpose of the activities carried out by the individuals and groups, whether internal to the business or not.

This Code of Ethics (the ‘Code’) summarises the principles that guide the behaviour of all E-Repair directors, executives, managers, employees and collaborators – regardless of their function –, as well as suppliers, when carrying out business activities or providing a service, and, in general, in all their relationships, whether inside and outside the organisation. It is not intended to be exhaustive.

In line with its mission, E-Repair respects the legitimate expectations of its stakeholders, that is, those subjects (individuals, groups, organisations) who have significant relationships with the company and whose interests are, to different extents, involved in the E-Repair business activities. In particular, stakeholders include employees, internal and external collaborators, customers, suppliers and consultants. In the broad sense, stakeholders also include all those individuals or groups, as well as the organisations and institutions that represent them, whose interests are affected by the direct and indirect effects of E-Repair activities, because of their relationships with the company, or because significantly affected by them.

E-Repair stakeholders include:
  • employees and collaborators
  • customers
  • suppliers
  • public administrations
  • environment
  • community
  • unions
  • other institutions
E-Repair aspires to build and maintain trusting relationship with its stakeholders, and seeks to pursue its mission by trying to reconcile the interests of the parties involved. This code is, therefore, based on an ideal of cooperation for the benefit of the parties involved.

E-Repair undertakes to promote knowledge of the code of ethics and to enforce the rules of conduct contained therein. The Supervisory Body is responsible for monitoring the consistency, implementation and observance of the code of ethics, and for updating it, as required by the applicable law (Legislative Decree no. 231/01). In order to ensure knowledge and compliance with the code and the rules of conduct contained therein, E-Repair shall draw up specific contractual clauses both for the parties to any legal agreements and for those who do business with E-Repair. E-Repair is committed to promoting a corporate culture that is based on the awareness of existing controls and a control-oriented mind-set. It also undertakes to improve and update the code of ethics in order to adapt it to the evolution of civil duties and the regulations applicable to the code of ethics itself.


Dispose of the used or defective product by replacing it with a working and tested remanufactured. In addition to helping the environment, thanks to the Circular Economy, E-Repair will recognize you the residual value of the product, saving on the purchase of the remanufactured product.