Schnitzer and Tata recognised among 'most ethical' companies

United States: US metals and minerals major Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. has been included on the list of the world’s most ethical companies, published by the Ethisphere Institute. This is the third consecutive year that the company has been honoured with this accolade. Another metals-related business to appear on the list is Tata Steel.

A total of 124 companies from five continents, 19 countries and 52 industries received this recognition from Ethisphere. Schnitzer is the only metals recycling-related firm in the USA to feature on the list.

‘This award recognises our commitment to act with integrity and respect, enabling us to do business around the world, serving the interests of our customers, suppliers, partners, employees and shareholders,’ states the company’s president and ceo Tamara Lundgren.

Callie Pappas, vice president and chief compliance officer, adds: ‘We are committed to maintaining a best-in-class ethics and compliance programme based on doing the right thing every time.’ 


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