Slavery and Human Trafficking remains a hidden yet dangerous problem within our global society. We all have a responsibly to be vigilant in recognizing and responding to the risks, however small, in our business and in the wider supply chain.

Australia Post Global eCommerce Solutions have always been keen to deliver comprehensive training to all of our staff on the topic of human rights. As a company, we aim to encourage every employee within our business to be vigilant, ensuring any concerns are reported to Senior Management and acted upon with immediate effect.

As a leading global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions, our company provides a complete end to end bespoke e-Commerce delivery service. Our unique, asset-light business model underlies all of the strategic decisions we make. It has proved highly successful, allowing us to swiftly adapt to challenging market conditions, execute last-mile delivery solutions and quickly respond to changing customer preferences. With one of the largest logistics and transportation networks in the world, our widespread network consists of national and international airlines operating locally or in multiple countries, as well as several sea lines. Moreover, regionally we partner with leading land freight operators.

At APG eCommerce Solutions, we always ensure to engage with our suppliers on a regular basis via a multitude of channels. We continually monitor our suppliers on all aspects and in the case of finding any gaps, we work with them to set plans to amend the policies.

We are very aware of the potential risks of Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery across the supply chain, and no matter how small these risks may be, we are taking active steps to identify and correct them as quickly as possible.

APG have raised employee awareness on the risks of Modern-Day Slavery and Human Trafficking by providing extensive internal online training via our Code of Conduct. We will continually review our training platform on a regular basis ensuring that all employees understand the evolving risks as they undergo their day to day roles and are aware of the help and support that will be provided to them if they were to report any suspected incidents that they observe.

We also have systems in place to encourage the reporting of concerns and the protection of whistle blowers.

We have a steadfast commitment to equal opportunities, an intolerance of discrimination and harassment and are dedicated to maintaining a workplace that is free from discrimination on the basis of race, sex, colour, religion, or age, to name just a few, or any unjust or unfair practices.

Nabil Zaghloul

CEO

Australia Post Global eCommerce Solutions