Responsible management provides a solid, long-term foundation for success. We commit to the sustainable delivery of high-quality services in a cost-efficient manner, thereby creating value for our clients, our investors and the aviation industry at large.
YOUR Reliable PARTNER
It is our goal to be a reliable, professional and recognized partner for all our stakeholders. We identify our key stakeholders as those groups that are either affected by our operations or potentially impact them. Among our stakeholders are airlines, airports and airport authorities, IATA and other associations in the aviation industry, shareholders, management, staff, trade unions and works councils, local communities, suppliers, airline passengers, shippers and forwarders.
OUR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Based on a set of SUCCESS FACTORS
Swissport’s competitive advantage is based on a set of distinctive success factors. They are supported by the Swissport Formula, which defines the way we work.
COMPLIANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT
setting ethical principles
At Swissport, we foster corporate behavior based on honesty, integrity and respect for the law. Overall responsibility for issues regarding fair competition, anti-corruption and human rights lies with the CEO and the General Counsel & Company Secretary; the responsibility is further shared with regional managers.
The principles are explained in our Code of Conduct, which is supplemented by detailed standards, directives and guidelines.
SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN
HUMAN RIGHTS AND LABOR PRINCIPLES
As a signatory to the UN Global Compact since 2011, Swissport is committed to upholding the highest human rights standards and combatting all forms of human rights violations.
We use risk management and regulatory compliance solutions, and additional investigations or audits, to screen potential suppliers regarding human rights issues, environmental criteria or legal compliance prior to engaging with them.