Our Policies

    CPI has full respect of countries sovereignty, and we are compliant with the rules and legislations in the countries we operate.

    CPI is following the Human Rights in terms of our employees. We have in 2017 been actively working on integrating this deeper in our supply chain and have made an action plan for further progress. Our far-east suppliers can only be certified by signing a code of conduct, where they promise to comply with the Human Rights and UK Modern Slavery Act 2015. We will continuously ensure that all of our suppliers follow the Human Rights and UK Modern Slavery Act 2015.

    CPI does not accept bribery in any form, and we have a clear policy about this.

    The Schouw & Co. Group's whistleblower system provides all employees, board members and business partners of the Group with a safe channel to report suspected criminal or unethical acts.

    The whistleblower system may be used for reports concerning any Group company in any country. A report may be submitted in any language and you may choose to report anonymously.

    The whistleblower system may not be used to make false accusations against others, and deliberately untrue information may not be reported.

    We encourage you to provide your name in the report. Regardless of whether you do so or not, please open a secure post box. This makes it safer and easier for us to communicate.

    All reports are treated strictly confidential.

    BORG Automotive, and thereby CPI, is a 100 % owned subsidiary of Schouw & Co. You can find our statement regarding the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 here:

    BORG Automotive want to increase and safeguard value creation in the company through a focus on relevant diversity in the employee composition with a wide range of expertise and for enhancing dialogue, knowledge sharing and risk management.