Joining Europacable association and signing a declaration of Europacable Industry Charter express our commitment to comply with the commonly shared ethical principles and objectives of, sustainable and characterized with high quality development of the cable industry. In September 2015, Mrs. Monika Cupiał-Zgryzek became Vice-President of Europacable. Europacable is an association established in 1991 that brings together the largest European producers of cables and wires. The members of Europacable employ over 70 thousand people in the world, half of which is in Europe, and generated a turnover of more than the current data.

Europacable Industry Charter


This Charter is an initiative of Europacable, the association representing the leading cables and wires producers in Europe. As respected and responsible cable makers, signatories of the Charter acknowledge the need to meet the demands of business stakeholders, while at the same time defending the interests of their employees, customers, society and the environment.

The Europacable Industry Charter

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This Charter expresses a collective commitment to our shared principles and objectives of ethical, sustainable and high-quality cable development and producing. This commitment is not just about meeting the basic requirements of the law, but also about expecting to take a proactive role in monitoring and evaluating emerging issues, and finding innovative solutions that seek to exceed the minimum requirements.

Signatories of the Charter are committed to continuous achievement in the following areas:
  • Deliveries of safe and reliable cables and systems, in line with the relevant European Union (EU) or equivalent international regulations and standards for safety and reliability.
  • Development and application of advanced technological solutions for cables and systems on an effective, efficient and sustainable basis worldwide.
  • Deliveries of cables and systems that meet customers’ specifications.
  • Implementation of the Corporate Social Responsibility commitments as a drive for a sustainable development strategy within a company.
  • Voluntarily commitment to support and implement 10 universally-accepted principles of the United Nations Global Compact in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti -corruption.
  • Establishment of codes of ethics and conduction in business.
  • Ensure working conditions for employees in accordance with the EU Health and Safety standards for the workplace.
  • Meeting a key role as a partner having knowledge in implementing sustainable electricity and future-proof telecommunication infrastructures in the EU.
  • Development and maintenance of policies and strategies which create a sustainable basis for business, in accordance with the relevant EU Directives.
  • Demonstrate a proactive environmental approach to materials across the wider supply chain and throughout the product life cycle.