In compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2018, Redoxcorp is committed to social and environmental responsibility and has zero tolerance for slavery and human trafficking. Slavery and human trafficking can occur in many forms, such as forced labour, child labour, domestic servitude, sex trafficking, and related forms of workplace abuse.
United Redox Global Links Limited is a world-class provider of innovative logistics and supply-chain service and solutions. Redox started operation in 2015 and we currently have a cardinal partner at major sea and airports across the world. Redox is known for her quality services and extensive network that operates in over 200 countries.
Redox as been incorporated by the Cooperate Affairs Commission (CAC) of Nigeria, a registered member of the Council of Registered Freight Forwarders of Nigeria
(CRFFN) and Associations of Nigerian Licensed Clearing Agent (ANCLA) which gives her the right to deliver courier, cargo and offer other logistics services.
As a global company based in Nigeria, Redox Logistics is exceptionally positioned to serve both international and domestic customers in the world’s fastest growing markets. We provide advanced solutions through our value-creating services that will allow Companies to make the right moves for your business. Our experienced and dedicated professionals provide Companies with premium international logistics solutions.
We hold ourselves and our supply chain accountable and we fully comply with the provisions of the Act. We recognize that slavery and human trafficking is a complex supply chain issue and we will be working in partnership with our clients, suppliers and partners to help develop long-term solutions to this issue.
Demonstration of our commitment
We are committed to ensuring that there is no slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory human labour, abuse of power over vulnerable individuals, human trafficking or any other form of exploitation as contemplated by the MSA (Modern Slavery) in any part of our business or in our supply chain.
To ensure that our employees are made aware of the issue of slavery and human trafficking, we have produced a number of tools and publications to support awareness raising. We have created booklets on the subject as guidance, both of which have been disseminated to all staff.
To ensure that the leaders in our business understand the issues of slavery and human trafficking, we include the topic for discussion in our Leadership Development activities so that our senior leadership team are made more aware of the issue.
Assessing the Risk
We carry out a regular review of the risk of modern slavery as part of our ethical business programme, assessing the risks in terms of the geographies and markets in which we operate, and in terms of our clients, suppliers and working methods.
When entering into an agreement with new suppliers or renewing contracts with existing suppliers we conduct a due diligence exercise and undertake a risk assessment of that supplier in a manner outlined by our Know Your Partner Policy. This helps us evaluate potential risks associated with a supplier, for example whether the supplier is located in a country known for labour abuses.
A hotline has been implemented, available from 1st November 2018, to enable employees to raise concerns confidentially, in the knowledge that they will be taken seriously and investigated. Those employees who raise genuine concerns, in good faith, will not be at risk of disciplinary action and will be protected from adverse consequences.
Redox disciplinary policy permits the termination of employees found to be involved in any breach of the law banning forced labour, slavery and human trafficking.
Redox is committed to maintaining and improving systems and processes to help ensure that there are no human rights violations related to our own operations or our supply chains. To that end, we will continue to update policies and procedures as required to ensure we maintain appropriate safeguards against any mistreatment of persons involved in our supply chain or our own businesses.