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Vendor Letter of Declaration

As our counterparts or business partners, Vendors* are expected to adhere to standards of behavior aligned to promoting a fair, honest and ethical business environment. Sime Darby Group’s Code of Business Conduct (COBC), derived from the Group’s Core Values and Business Principles, provides guidance to these standards of behavior when dealing with or on behalf of the Group.
The Vendor Letter of Declaration (VLOD) is a formal affirmation by any Vendor* who intends to conduct business transaction(s) with the Sime Darby Group, that the said Vendor:

  • will comply with all applicable laws or regulations;
  • is not involved with any offence of bribery, corruption or fraud; and
  • will not engage in bribery, corruption or fraud with the Sime Darby Group.
The VLOD is one of the Sime Darby Group’s procedures for the prevention of corruption that applies specifically to Vendors.

It is a compulsory requirement for Vendors to sign the VLOD upon registration so as to enable them to be selected as a prospective Vendor to be subsequently updated into Sime Darby’s Approved Vendor List (if they pass the pre-qualification requirements).

* A Vendor refers to a person or business that supplies goods and/or services to the Sime Darby Group; A Supplier
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