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This CODE OF ETHICS AND BUSINESS CONDUCT of Trient Press serves as our ethical commitment and as a guide to proper business conduct for all of our stakeholders. We, at Trient Press are committed to doing business legally, ethically and in a transparent manner.

This document applies to all staff who work for the Trient Press (including officers, directors, managers, team leaders, employees, temporary, agency, interim, sub-contractor or consultant staff), and also include other organisations who do business with us.

Trient Press expects its staff to be impartial and honest in all affairs relating to their job. All staff bear a responsibility in general, to be of good faith and do nothing to destroy the trust necessary for employment.

The success of our business is based on the trust we earn from our employees, customers and shareholders. We gain credibility by adhering to our commitment to fairness and reaching our goals solely through ethical conduct. All staff are expected to adhere to this Code in their professional, as well as personal conduct, treat everyone with respect, honesty and fairness.

Trient Press is open to any questions at any time and will not allow punishment or retaliation against anyone for reporting a misconduct in good faith.

Managers and leaders has higher responsibility for demonstrating, also through their actions, the importance of this Code. Managers and leaders are responsible for promptly addressing every raised ethical question or concern. Employees must cooperate in investigations of potential or alleged misconduct.

Non-compliance to this Code considered as a misconduct that could warrant disciplinary action, including termination of employment or other contract in deserving cases.

We are committed to making efforts to apply our values and norms also throughout the entire value chain of our own suppliers, sub-contractors, service providers and business partners.

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