Oriola Group is an efficient and reliable channel between pharmaceutical manufacturers and consumers. Quality management and compliance with official regulations applicable to the pharmaceutical sector are the foundation of our operations. Oriola Group business is regulated by numerous international and national pharmaceutical sector laws and other provisions.
Competent and contented staff constitute the key success factor and the foundation of responsible business operations for Oriola Group. By investing in the competence and development of its staff, Oriola Group provides added value to its customers, meets the strict quality requirements of the pharmaceutical sector and ensures its competitiveness in a digitalising market.
Securing pharmaceutical safety takes priority in Oriola Group operations. Pharmaceuticals must be delivered safely and on time irrespective of the conditions. Oriola Group operations are designed to ensure that pharmaceuticals are available at all times and that they are handled in a manner that is in compliance with the pharmaceutical sector's regulatory requirements.
Oriola Group Code of Conduct guides management and staff practices. The Code presents Oriola Group corporate culture, which is based on law and good corporate governance, openness, fairness and confidentiality.
The Code of Conduct contains the company's policies on fighting bribery and corruption, compliance with competition laws, collaboration and dialogue with stakeholders and employees' secrecy obligation and avoidance of conflicts of interest. The code also provides confidential channels for reporting actions that are in violation of the Code and the consequences of these actions. The company's Board of Directors monitors compliance with the Code of Conduct.
The most significant impacts on the environment caused by Oriola Group business are associated with facility maintenance, transportation of pharmaceuticals, and packaging waste. Oriola AB and Svensk Dos in Sweden have ISO 14 001:2015 (Environment Management System) certificates. The best practices for monitoring and measuring environmental impacts will be harmonised between countries to identify where improvements are needed. Oriola Group strives to minimize its environmental load.