ATO conducts its business as a good corporate citizen and complies with all laws, rules and regulations applicable to it and the conduct of its business. This commitment and standard of conduct governs our relationships with customers, suppliers, shareholders, competitors, the communities in which we operate, and with each other as individuals at every organizational level.
Aside from its own moral commitments and values, ongoing monitoring is an additional reason for ATO to conduct all business and services in an ethical and legally flawless manner. To avoid any conflict of interests, all ATO employees, without exception, abide by the applicable laws in all the markets served by us, as well as our internal regulations.
For ATO, safeguarding the mental and physical well-being of its employees is a top priority. Which is why, for several years now, we have actively pursued a policy of preventing health and safety hazards.
ATO is committed to respecting the laws and international treaties concerning the fight against corruption in every country in which it is present.
As transportation professionals, we have the priority of putting safety first and complying with state and central regulations. We are also committed to maintaining a partnership with the community and sharing economic benefits with the individuals with whom we live and work. Furthermore, we are dedicated to maintaining working conditions founded on mutual trust and respect through the advancement of open communication at all levels within the Company.
We work with a large variety of customers from industries as diverse as retail and chemicals. Our customers include the largest and most prestigious companies of India. Below is a list of some of our clients