Company Policies

Below are key policies that all Logistics Partners Employees and Associates follow       

Privacy Policy 

  • Logistics Partners Consultancy Limited (Logistics Partners) Employees and Associates do all they can reasonably do to protect any personal data we hold. This privacy policy details the data we hold, what we do with it and how you can get it updated or removed. This policy relates to all data held by Logistics Partners, not just the website. We are committed to being totally transparent on what data we hold and where it is held.

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Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy

  • Our anti-bribery policy exists to set out the responsibilities of Logistics Partners Consultancy Limited (Logistics Partners) and those who work for us in regard to observing and upholding our zero-tolerance position on bribery and corruption.

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Slavery and human trafficking Statement

  • Modern slavery is extremely prevalent across the globe. The International Labour Organization estimates that there are 21 million people in forced labour in the world today. It is important that businesses do not deny or try to ignore the problem. The Modern Slavery Act 2015 provisions are designed to encourage businesses to tackle slavery head on. Logistics Partners are not required to publsh an annual "Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement". But all employees are aware of the content of the "Modern Slavery Act 2015" and understand that If they believe they have seen a case of modern slavery they should contact the "Modern Slavery Helpline" on 0800 0121 700 for more information. If a specific case of modern slavery is identified here in the UK, it should be reported to the police immediately on 101. If potential victims are in immediate danger the standard 999 emergency number should be used.

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