The service philosophy of Nolta GmbH

We understand quality not only in regards to our product but also in our service to our customers. Product quality is a matter of course and our highest priority. What distinguishes us from others, is our exemplinary service which has made Nolta GmbH a reliable and trusted partner in motor protection and water technology for over 50 years.

We see ourselves not only as manufacturer and supplier of high quality products but also as service provider for our customers. This includes uncomplicated communication channels and qualified consultation as well as target oriented training opportunities through the Nolta Academy. We provide our customers with top end products and 50 years of experience in motor protection and water technology.

Nolta GmbH and the environment

At Nolta, we see the natural wealth of our environment as the foundation of our economic actions. Our actions are guided by our concern for the environment and our efforts to protect it from harmful influences.

For this reason, we manufacture our products using energy saving and environment friendly techniques. And when our products come to the end of their useful lives, we dispose of them in environmentally friendly ways.

At every level of management, we integrate the concern for the environment in our decision making process. Protecting the environment requires responsible actions by all employees. Furthermore, managers have the extra responsibility to ensure our environmental policies are followed and to lead by example.

Conflict Minerals policy

Nolta deplores the violence in the DRC and adjoining countries and is committed to supporting responsible sourcing of conflict minerals from the region. Accordingly, Nolta has adopted a conflict minerals policy. Nolta expects its suppliers to adopt a similar policy and to meet the expectations set out below.

Suppliers are expected to supply materials to Nolta that are “DRC conflict free.” “DRC conflict free” means any “conflict minerals” (gold, columbite, tantalite, also known as coltan, cassiterite, wolframite, or their derivatives tin, tantalum or tungsten (collectively the "3TGs")) necessary to the functionality or production of supplied materials do not directly or indirectly finance armed groups through mining or mineral trading in the Democratic Republic of Congo or an adjoining country, or any 3TGs in supplied materials are from recycled or scrap sources.

Suppliers are expected to adopt policies and management systems with respect to conflict minerals and to require their suppliers to adopt similar policies and systems.