The F.H. Bertling EthicsPoint is a confidential channel for all companies in the F.H. Bertling Logistics Group, including its subcontractors. It allows you to raise concerns about possible violations of laws or Group Policies in the following areas:

  • Money laundering
  • Corruption
  • Foreign trade controls
  • Retaliation
  • Insider trading
  • Competition law
  • IT security
  • Data privacy
  • Threats to health, safety and environment
  • Sexual harassment or discrimination


  1. Are reports to the F.H. Bertling EthicsPoint secure and confidential?

    The system called EthicsPoint is hosted on NAVEX’s secure servers and is not a part of F.H. Bertling Logistics website or intranet. Any report you make will be kept confidential to the fullest extent possible in conducting a thorough investigation. Persons will be notified of and/or involved in an investigation on a "need to know" basis.

  2. What happens after I contact F.H. Bertling EthicsPoint?

    Once you submit a report via phone or web you receive a report key and password for follow-up on your submission. Your report is initially reviewed by the Director of Risk Quality and Compliance, who will determine further action.

  3. What doesn't F.H. Bertling EthicsPoint cover?

    The system is only for reporting possible violations of laws or regulations, or issues that may expose the Group to serious legal risks. The system is not for questions regarding applications for employment, commercial inquires or disputes, ordinary HR complaints (e.g. salary, performance, vacation) or general questions.

  4. Who administers F.H. Bertling EthicsPoint?

    The system is administered by an independent company (NAVEX), and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It can accommodate calls in more than 75 languages, and you can submit a report anonymously depending on your location.