We are socially responsible
We believe in corporate social responsibility. We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment and giving back to the communities that we operate within.
Our ethos of being socially responsible effects all our business decisions and we do all we can to ensure our objectives are reached with minimal or no effect on the environment or to our communities, giving back wherever possible.
- Our recycling programme
- Reducing environmental impact during ordering
- Consolidating deliveries
- Remanufactured print supplies
- Reducing packaging
- Raising funds for our nominated charity
- Supporting local and national charity projects
- Combatting childhood obesity
- Getting children computer coding
- Promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through our STEM Ambassadors
- Promoting the CBI’s employability skills in schools
Modern Slavery Act 2015 Statement
XMA Limited is fully committed to all Corporate Social Responsibilities from both a legal and ethical basis, which includes a zero tolerance approach for slavery and human trafficking.
Within our supply chain, XMA trade with reputable suppliers who have all committed to meeting the requirements of the Modern Slavery Act. For all of our major suppliers, these are members of the Electronic Industry Citizen Coalition (EICC) which requires commitment to the EICC Code of Conduct that clearly states a zero tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking to retain membership, and EICC do perform audits at production facilities worldwide to confirm compliance.
For members of our supply chain who are not affiliated to the EICC, we have contacted each supplier to confirm their approach to either working towards or confirming compliance to the Modern Slavery Act and we will continue to monitor and request information from all suppliers to ensure continued compliance to required deadlines.
As a UK based reseller and manufacturer, XMA comply with all provisions of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 with regards to our operations within the UK.