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LORD Corporation

With more than 3,000 employees in 26 countries and 16 manufacturing facilities and eight R&D centers worldwide, we're there for our customers ... Ask Us How.

Our Company

Code of Conduct.

At LORD, we place integrity and ethical behavior; employee dignity, safety, and well-being; and innovation above all. These values extend into every aspect of how we conduct our business. Accordingly, the LORD Corporation Board of Directors approved a new Code of Conduct in December 2012 to ensure all employees are committed to the highest standards of ethical business practices and integrity. 

The Code applies to all employees worldwide and defines the behavior expected in the following areas where ambiguity, doubt, or uncertainty may exist.

  • People
  • Quality
  • Trade
  • Fair Competition
  • Interactions with Customer and Suppliers
  • Government Contracting
  • Protection of Assets and Information
  • Accurate Books and Records
  • Conflicts of Interest
  • Gifts and Entertainment
  • Anti-Corruption and Anti-Bribery
  • Environment
  • Charitable Contributions and Sponsorships
  • Political Contributions and Sponsorships

 

CALIFORNIA TRANSPARENCY IN SUPPLY CHAINS ACT

At LORD Corporation, our Mission is to transform innovative ideas into long-term value for our customers, employees, and shareholders. Our nearly 90 years in business has depended on our ability to innovate and our commitment to operating with complete integrity. Our people and the communities where we operate are the bedrock of our innovation, and the reason why our vision of corporate sustainability starts with the company's core values.

Accordingly, LORD is committed to compliance with legal standards applicable to our business worldwide, and demands similar commitments from our suppliers, distributors and strategic partners. We operate with complete integrity with respect to our interactions with employees, suppliers, collaborators and customers, and expect the same of these partners.

The 2010 California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires manufacturers to make disclosures regarding the risks of human trafficking and slavery in their supply chains. LORD annually communicates to all of our suppliers our commitment to ethical and legal standards and our prohibition on forced labor. However, LORD does not conduct the specific verification, audit, and related actions described in Section 1714.43(c)(1)-(5) of the Civil Code.
 

 

News

LORD Corporation Launches New Axial Isolator at OTC

Learn More (04-29-2016)

LORD Corporation to Showcase Expanded Sensing Offerings for Oil and Gas Industry at OTC 2016

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LORD Corporation’s Subsea Sensors Demonstrate SIIS Compliance

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4th STEP Ahead Awards Recognize LORD Corporation Employees for Excellence in Manufacturing

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New Fusor Course on Structural and Mechanical Bonding - First of Its Kind Offered by I-CAR

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Events

HAI Heli-Expo

Louisville, Kentucky, USA

03-01-2016 to 03-03-2016

Strategies in Light (SIL)

03-01-2016 to 03-03-2016

ISA International Sign Expo

04-20-2016 to 04-23-2016

Rubber Roller Group

05-01-2016 to 05-03-2016

Offshore Technology Conference (OTC)

05-02-2016 to 05-05-2016

CWIEME Berlin

05-10-2016 to 05-12-2016