Business Ethics

Partnering for Mutual Success

Samsung Electronics is looking for world-class partners with the right offerings and skill sets for collaboration on projects and creating new business opportunities. As partners, we will work together towards a win-win scenario of co-prosperity and the ultimate goal of any business: to be the world’s best.

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Together, we will create the future of digital experiences.

Purchasing Ethics Charter

We, the purchasers of Samsung Electronics, realize and accept our critical role in enhancing values for our customers.

In this important endeavor, we will conduct all dealings with our suppliers with honesty and integrity for mutual growth and prosperity. We will also understand and comply with law, regulation, and codes governing the conduct of our business.

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Samsung Electronics and Suppliers will cooperate to make the best performance toward the Global Top Tier on the basis of "Win-Win" ideology of co-existense and co-prosperity between Samsung Electronics and our valued Suppliers.

Supplier Code of Conduct

Samsung Electronics established Supplier Code of Conduct based on EICC Code of Conduct to promote responsible and safe workplace environment throughout our supply chain. In 2015, the company revised the code of conduct reflecting EICC Code of Conduct revisions, including strengthened standards on forced labor.

Supplier Code of Conduct Guideline

Samsung Electronics developed Supplier Code of Conduct Guideline to promote self-management of ethical and compliance driven workplace management. The managers of supplier companies are able to find detailed instruction and implementation methods to adhere to Samsung Electronics’ Supplier Code of Conduct.

Conflict Free Mineral Policy

Samsung Electronics considers environmental degradation and human rights violations in conflict areas as serious ethical issues in conflict regions. Thus, it has banned the use of conflict minerals (3TG: tantalum, tin, tungsten, gold) that are mined in an unethical manner in conflict regions.