Welcome to the company UNITRO-Fleischmann
We are a company of universal industrial electronics, founded in 1971, and we are one of the leading manufacturers in the field of fault reporting technology with alarm annunciator.
As an owner-managed company - now in the second generation - we see ourselves as a modern innovation team.
Under the motto "the power to control", we develop and produce fault detection systems and alarm annunciators especially for energy suppliers, as well as for industrial and communal areas.
Further intelligent data acquisition systems for Condition and Facility Monitoring for use in industry 4.0 scenarios.
A further area are LON bus modules for building and industrial automation with system integration, as well as customer-specific hardware and software special developments.
Corporate Social Responsibility of the company UNITRO Fleischmann
Our overall social entrepreneurial behavior and corporate social responsibility is based on Christian values and Christian ethics.
This attitude caused the command to love a relationship of respect, trust, responsibility and humanity between human behavior which necessarily determines the relationship with our business partners.
The need of the creation preservation determines our responsible and sustainable business in the field of tension between economy and ecology.
Moreover, featuring our family-run operation with 15 employees, a close personal contact between management and employees, but also a deeply personal sincere sense of responsibility towards our customers.
The behaviors defined in the various codes of conduct are therefore natural for us and and were respected and practiced in our over 45-year history.
UN Global Compact
The company UNITRO Fleischmann welcomes and strongly supports the goals and behavior guidelines of the UN Global Compact and is committed to the ten principles referred to therein for their area of responsibility.
As an SME we can indeed guarantee compliance with these rules of conduct only limited by our suppliers. But within our means, we work on a permanent our suppliers. Our corporate objective to which we can be measured at any time, is working in close partnership with selected trusted suppliers who follow our values.
Conflict Minerals Policy Statement
UNITRO-Fleischmann is committed to sourcing materials from companies that share our values regarding human rights, ethics and environmental responsibility. On August 22, 2012, the final rule regarding sourcing of conflict minerals under Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (“the Dodd-Frank Act”) was approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). Conflict minerals include columbite-tantalite (coltan; i.e., tantalum); cassiterite (i.e., tin); wolframite (i.e., tungsten); gold or their derivatives. The rule imposes reporting requirements on publicly traded companies subject to the SEC to annually report the presence of conflict minerals originating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (“DRC”) or adjoining countries (“Covered Countries”) in the products they manufacture or contract to manufacture whereby the conflict minerals are necessary to the functionality or production of a product.
UNITRO-Fleischmann supports the humanitarian goal of the Dodd-Frank Act in ending the illegal trade of conflict minerals originating in the DRC.
UNITRO-Fleischmann is committed to:
- Avoiding the use of conflict minerals which directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups in the DRC or adjoining countries;
- Enabling transparency in our supplier relationships;
- Building responsible supplier relationships; and
- Minimizing the environmental and social footprint of our supply chain.
In order to meet these commitments, UNITRO-Fleischmann will:
- Utilize the Source Intelligence platform for supply chain tracing and transparency;
- Leverage the web-based Conflict Minerals Resource Center for the most up-to-date information regarding conflict minerals; and
- Routinely assess our suppliers’ compliance with this policy.
Sales (Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lybia, Sudan)
Protection & Control Group
Head Office Address:
17 Abdel-Halim Nowera from Ahmed Mostafa st.
El-Nozha Elgedidah, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt