Modern Slavery Statement
The company has twin site capability in the UK – the only UK Converter to offer this. Within the organisation there is a depth of experience and expertise that offers extra value to customers. In particular, Esterform offers industry leading, respected personnel, with significant filling line experience, to support developments at customers. Within the management structure quality and service are a high priority to give customers the support they need.
As a result of the management structure Esterform is innovative and flexible, both operationally and commercially.
As well as ensuring that it complies with national and EU requirements as regards its employees, Esterform is also eager to ensure that they have the opportunity to develop their skills in the workplace. Training is a key element in this process, and also ensures that the company can meet the requirements of the audits applied by customers, the ISO and BRC/IoP.
Esterform offers industry leading, respected personnel, with significant filling line experience, to support developments at customers. Within the management, quality and service are a high priority giving customers the support they need.
Modern Slavery Act
Esterform Packaging Ltd acknowledges both our responsibility and that of the supply chain to support the ethical and legal requirements of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
We recognize that modern slavery is a complex supply chain issue, and we are working in partnership with our customers and suppliers to help confirm compliance and develop long-term solutions to avoid issues.
We are members of the Ethical Training Initiative (ETI) and we are audited by third parties who publish our audit results on the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (Sedex). This is a web-based data base where suppliers post labour standards information and self-assessments in addition to all site audit reports.