A Commitment to Business Ethics
We're committed to ensuring that there are well-defined and -implemented ethical principles in our company and across the value chain.
Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
At Infinera, ethical compliance is an essential part of who we are and how we do business. We are dedicated to fostering a culture of transparency, integrity, and honesty, and we expect our stakeholders worldwide to actively participate in creating and maintaining this culture.
Our suppliers and licensees, as well as their subcontractors, are an integral part of our success. We work to select those who adopt strong ethical standards, respect the rights of their employees, and demonstrate stewardship of the environment. We are proud of the strong supplier relationships we have built, and we are always looking to expand our network to accommodate our growing customer base. We periodically review our affiliations and add new suppliers as needed.
Our Supplier Code of Conduct outlines our requirements that suppliers and their subcontractors operate their facilities and conduct employee relations in an ethical manner that meets the requirements of the laws in their respective host countries.Supplier Code of Conduct
Anti-Human Trafficking Statement
Global Supplier Management Supply Chain Sustainability
Purchasing Ethics Policy
Terms and Conditions
Infinera shares in the international concerns over the conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries. We aim to ensure that the mining of the minerals that end up in our products does not contribute to human rights violations in the region, and have adopted a conflict minerals policy that is applicable to all Infinera suppliers. We continue to work with our supply chain partners to ensure that they are able to provide minerals that are responsibly sourced and DRC conflict free.
In compliance with the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Infinera will report annually on the use of conflict minerals to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.