Corporate Responsibility

We believe that Corporate Responsibility is about doing well by doing good. We understand that this is not simply altruism but commercially sensible and as such it is embedded into everything we do, every day.


Unipart Group is proud to have been recognised with a five star rating in the 2015 Business in the Community Corporate Responsibility Index - the UK’s leading benchmark for responsible businesses. Click on the CR Index image at the bottom of the page to read more about BiTC, or click here to read more about our award.


We also won the Environmental Leadership ‘Example of Excellence’ in the 2011 Business in the Community’s responsible business awards.


This continued recognition for our company’s effort and performance in the area of Corporate Responsibility reaffirms our belief that the principles on which we founded our business - the Unipart Value Set - have endured in a constantly changing world and are as relevant today as they were when they were launched in 1987.


These values form the basis of our culture and are reflected in The Unipart Way, our philosophy of working, which engages and empowers employees at every level of our organisation to identify and remove waste from our processes and continually improve our business.


In removing waste from every aspect of our business and our supply chains, we continue to conserve scarce environmental resources. We use creativity before capital to solve problems and address issues, finding solutions that are low cost in terms of energy resources as well as in terms of cash.


By engaging with our local communities we can help to improve the employability and life prospects of those living within the community and develop local economies as well as positively impacting the wellbeing of our employees and their families.


For more information on Unipart Group's Corporate Responsibility policy, please click here.


Key Documents

Health & Safety Policy

Environmental Policy

Conducting Business the Unipart Way

Quality Policy

CR Report 2015