Getra chooses
reliable suppliers

Getra’s business model is based on respect for the principles of legality, ethics and sustainability. The center of the company policy is the protection of human rights and the environment.

Getra relies on suppliers who share and support the same ecological, social and innovative principles, behaviors and objectives.

Suppliers must comply all national and international implementing rules.


of conduct


of ethics


Getra has defined an integrated company policy that includes the principles of growth, quality, customer satisfaction and business sustainability.

To achieve the general objectives, is very important the definition of a policy towards suppliers on qualitative, environmental, energy, social responsibility and legal issues.


For the Getra Group it is fundamental to extend its quality standards to all active participants in the life cycle of the transformer in compliance with sustainability and the principles of the circular economy. For this reason, Getra ruled a path that must be followed with the suppliers. The intent is to avoid waste, optimize processes, study product innovation systems together with suppliers and increase productivity and efficiency.

Specifically for quality issues, the Group requests compliance according to the UNI EN ISO9001:2015 standard, through compliance with the following principles:

  • Skills and abilities able to satisfy the criteria set for inclusion in the Getra qualified suppliers list
  • Order management skills
  • Conformity of the product supplied in all its aspects
  • Optimal supply service (documentation, punctuality, flexibility, responses to emergencies, etc.).
The Group has also the goal of becoming carbon neutral. This is why it mainly prefers suppliers on site or a few kilometers away from the main factory in order to reduce transport from the supplier to the plant with a consequent reduction in CO2 emissions.


Getra expects its suppliers to respect the values and culture of sustainability, with an efficient communication and with the example it provides in its daily activities. For this reason, it has implemented supplier qualification procedures. In fact, the valuation is based not only on quality standards but also on issues such as social responsibility, environmental responsibility and safety in the workplace.

Getra expects the following commitments from its suppliers:
  • Efficient use of energy and materials
  • Sustainable use of renewable resources
  • Minimization of negative environmental consequences
  • Safe and responsible disposal of waste
  • Development and maintenance, where significant risks exist, of plans to deal with the emergency
  • Measurement of its environmental results, regular performance of environmental controls and assessment of compliance with company objectives, regulations and these same commitments.
  • Comply with current and future legislative requirements on energy, whether they are mandatory or voluntary
  • Optimize the use of energy resources
  • Adopt, where economically convenient, the best techniques available on the market to improve energy performance
  • Minimize the energy impact in the design phase of new products / services
  • Training and empowering staff in a continuous and constant way in the direction of an informed and efficient use of energy
  • Respect and protection of human rights
  • Respect for freedom of association and recognition of the right to collective association
  • Elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labor
  • Abolition of child labor
  • Elimination of discrimination
  • Abolition of the gender gap
  • Respect for the conditions of work safety and physical well-being of its collaborators

Already in the qualification phase, Getra submits a questionnaire relating to human rights to its suppliers, in particular with specific questions relating to the presence of policies and actions to fight the exploitation of child labor and forced labor and to ascertain respect for human rights at their respective suppliers and subcontractors.

Fight against the following crimes:

  • Anti-corruption and extortion
  • Conflict of Interest
  • Fraud
  • Money laundry
  • Anti-competitive practices
  • Truthfulness of marketing and advertising messages
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