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Modern Slavery

Stemcor Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2021

Stemcor is committed to ensuring that there are no practices of modern slavery or human trafficking that take place within Stemcor Global Holdings Limited and its subsidiaries. We continue to review and develop our Group practices to adhere consistently with regulation in this area. We have set out below our transparency statement under the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 for the 2021 financial year.

This statement is published on behalf of Stemcor Global Holdings Limited and each of its subsidiary commercial organisations carrying on business in the UK with a turnover of more than £36 million, and our companies undertaking business in Australia or being Australian entities.

About Stemcor

Stemcor is a leading independent service provider for the steel industry. We play a vital role, acting as an intermediary between customers and suppliers. Stemcor trades steel, we do not produce it. We make complex transactions easy for buyers and sellers.

With our specialised expertise and knowledge, we help customers choose from over 3,500 different grades of steel and raw materials available in the market. With our global infrastructure and connections, we ensure they get their product at the right time, and at the right place. For suppliers, we use our relationships and long-standing expert knowledge to ensure that their products reach the best customer in the right destinations. We have a history of working with customers who require specialised steel products including those in the oil and gas, and automotive industries.

Stemcor’s structure, its business and its supply chains

As a trading company, our key supply chain is our people. We employ approximately 250 people across 26 countries. Therefore, the focus of our efforts in relation to Modern Slavery is directed towards our workforce. Our workforce is assessed as being at low risk of modern slavery. On an annual basis we undertake a groupwide review which has again this year given us high confidence that we do not have any forms of modern slavery taking place within our organisation; and we have processes in place to ensure it will not happen.

Stemcor’s policies in relation to human trafficking

We require the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct of all our people and are therefore committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our business.

Our company Ethics Policy sets out the principles and standards that guide the way we do business. It explicitly states that ‘we will protect human rights and not be complicit in any human rights abuses’, including modern slavery and child employment, and equally applies to all our employees, across all functions and businesses globally.

Stemcor’s due diligence process in relation to slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chains

We have systems in place to help manage supply chains external to our business, including counterparty on-boarding processes. We comply with all relevant laws and regulations, both internationally and in the geographies in which we operate.

The training about slavery and human trafficking available to Stemcor’s staff

All Stemcor employees are required to read and comply with the company policies, including modern slavery. Additionally, all our business unit heads are given refresher modern slavery training annually to ensure awareness of modern slavery remains current.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 and section 16 of the Australia Modern Slavery Act 2018 and constitutes our slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ended 31 December 2021.

Steve Graf
Group CEO
January 2022

STEMCOR

STEMCOR is a leading, independently run, service provider for the steel industry. We play a vital role by acting as an intermediary between suppliers and customers.

Contact

STEMCOR
Address:
Stemcor Global Holdings Ltd 28 Esplanade St Helier JE2 3QA Jersey
Phone:
+44 (0)20 7775 3600
Fax:
+44 (0)20 7775 3679