As an internationally operating parcel service provider GLS Group stands for fair competition, integrity and responsibility.
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Code of Business Standards

The Code of Business Standards forms the basis of all business activities of GLS Group. Furthermore it shows the obligation of GLS Group towards its stakeholders.

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Supplier Code of Conduct

GLS expects its suppliers to respect the standards laid out in this Supplier Code of Conduct, implement them using appropriate measures and adhere to them in their business activities.

 
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Modern Slavery Act

General Logistics Systems B.V. (GLS) is part of the Royal Mail Group.
Royal Mail plc is committed to playing its part in helping to prevent any incidence of modern slavery in its business and supply chain.
Read Royal Mail Modern Slavery Act statements.

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Environmental Standard

The conservation of resources and the reduction of emissions are of central importance at GLS. Together with its employees, customers and suppliers, GLS wants to become one of the leading providers of sustainable parcel services.

 
Whistleblowing / Ombudsman system

We have implemented a whistleblowing/ombudsman system to ensure that employees, business partners and third parties can report any concerns they have about criminal acts and similar serious offences.

Attorney Dr Rainer Buchert
Kaiserstraße 22
60311 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Contact form

Tel: +49 69 710 33 330 or +49 6105 92 1355
Fax: +49 69 710 34 444
E-Mail: kanzlei@dr-buchert.de

Dr. Buchert will not consider complaints which are not of a criminal or similar serious nature. When in doubt, he will advise on how to proceed.

All complaints are confidential. Dr Buchert is required by his statutory lawyers’ confidentiality obligations not to disclose the identity of callers without their explicit consent to do otherwise. He also has the right to refuse to give evidence (including the identity of whistleblowers) if requested by a court of law. Complaints to the ombudsman will only be passed on to GLS once the consent of the complainant has been received.