HYMNS ETHICAL CHARTER

The Hymns project is part of a growing and collective movement towards worldwide fair trade business. Therefore the group follows the values which fulfil the purpose to improve the quality of life of the communities it serves.

CORE VALUES :

Care: Focus is to produce and offer products which are eco-friendly and no-pollutive to the earth and the community we serve.

Integrity: Business is conducted fairly with honesty and transparency.

Excellence: Constant strive to achieve the highest possible standards in our day to day work and in the quality of the goods and services we provide.

Understanding: Care, respect, compassion and humanity for our colleagues and customers around the world and work for the benefit of the community we serve.

Responsibility: Sensitive to the fundamental human rights based on respect. Employment to women, no child labour, profit sharing and collective savings and insurance plans.

QUALITY OF PRODUCTS:

Hymns is committed to supply goods of world class quality standards, consistent with the requirements of the customers, while striving for their integral satisfaction. Hymns produces handmade products, with 100% natural or non-toxic components complying with IFRA guidelines.  All products are exempted of any nitro musks chemical components.

ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENTS:

Hymns strives to provide a safe, healthy, air conditioned, clean and ergonomic working environment for its people. It shall prevent the wasteful use of natural resources and be committed to improving the environment, particularly with regard to the emission of greenhouse gases, and shall endeavour to offset the effect of climate change in all spheres of its activities. Hymns is an pollution free company as certified by the Pollution Control Board, Government of India.

FINANCIALS:

Implementation of pricing and payment conditions which allow Hymns and his collaborators a fair remuneration for the work done;

Moreover, all orders must be paid in advance at a rate of 50% of the total amount on receipt of a proforma invoice and the remaining balance upon confirmation by the exporting agent that the products have been received. This practice is consistent with the spirit that governs the fair trade product business and restricts the use, by hymns, of other expensive sources of funding.

Implementation of new type of economic partnership based on trust, respect, common interest and sustainability.