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On December 22, 2004 the Board of Directors of the Company adopted the Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, which forms integral part of the Model of Organization, Management and Control approved, on the same date, pursuant to the new set of rules recently enacted in Italy (the Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 on "Regulations on the Administrative Responsibility of Legal Persons"). The Code of Ethics and Business Conduct of Saes Getters S.p.A. identifies the Company’s principles and values, drawing attention to rules of conduct which are of fundamental importance for the correct operation and the reliability of the SAES Getters’s management and image.

You can view the Code of Ethics and Business Conduct - in PDF format - updated on May 13, 2014 by clicking the following link:


Supply chain sustainability has been defined by the United Nations Global Compact as the management of social, environmental and economic impacts and the promotion of good governance practices throughout the supply chain.

SAES has always collaborated with its suppliers to ensure it obtains the best products and services, which are fundamental in maintaining its high standards of excellence and - in turn - meeting the needs of its customers. The different sectors in which SAES operates are constantly evolving, both in terms of market dynamics and their complexity and high levels of technology. In this context, stakeholders’ expectations in terms of sustainable supply chain management are increasingly apparent and tangible and taking responsibility for such issues is becoming a critical success factor.

Consequently, capitalizing on its experience, SAES has drafted its own Supplier Code of Conduct, formalising its committment to managing sustainability issues in the different supply chains within which it operates and implementing a process for assessing and managing the risks involved.

The adopts and promotes amongst its stakeholders an approach that is consistent with its strategic and operating objectives and compliant with the law and applicable regulations. The Supplier Code of Conduct applies to all SAES suppliers, which are, in turn, encouraged to share it and to promote its application amongst their own suppliers, thus supporting the sustainability of the overall supply chain. The objective is therefore to generate long-term economic, social and environmental value for all the stakeholders involved.

Please, click the link below to open the Supplier Code of Conduct in PDF format.


With the aim at promoting compliance with ethical standards, national and international regulations related to the prevention of corruption of public and private entities, the Board of Directors of SAES Getters S.p.A. approved an Anti-Corruption Code on 18 April 2019 that applies to all Group companies. The code integrates the Group compliance system and, with reference to Italy, the current Organizational Model 231 pursuant to Legislative Decree 8 June 2001, n. 231 of SAES Getters S.p.A.

Please, click the link below to open the Anti-Corruption Code in PDF format.


Fully aware of the responsibilities towards its customers and the communities in which SAES operates, the Board of Directors of SAES Getters S.p.A. approved a Code of Business Conduct on April 18 2019 that defines and regulates the behaviors that employees, directors, collaborators and partners of SAES shall follow in the daily business management. The Code also defines the minimum standards that the Group partners are required to comply with when conducting negotiations and managing contracts with Group companies.

Please, click the link below to open the Code of Business Conduct in PDF format.


In response to the violence and human rights violations in the extraction of some minerals from the "Conflict Region", located in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and adjoining  countries, SAES is committed to support the humanitarian goal of ending the violent conflict in those areas. For this, and to support compliance with US (DODD FRANCK ACT) and EU regulations (Conflict Minerals Regulation, EU 2017/821), SAES adopts a specific policy for the procurement of Tin, Tungsten, Tantalum, Gold, and Cobalt.

Please, click the link below to open the Conflict Minerlas and Cobalt Policy in PDF format.

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