Let's protect our company.
Let us preserve "fair play" in competition

We place the highest value on honesty, integrity and transparency.

Violations of rules and laws result in financial losses and jeopardize our reputation with the public and government agencies. Help us uncover and remedy violations and abuses.

As an employee or business partner, you can report suspected criminal offenses or serious violations of regulations to us by submitting a tip – stating your name or remaining completely anonymous. You remain protected. It is not possible to trace the report back to you, provided you do not provide any data that could be used to draw conclusions about your person. The following reporting form will guide you through the process.

After your report, a protected mailbox will be set up for you, through which we can remain in dialog with you anonymously. You will help us greatly if you activate this mailbox. We will get back to you as soon as we have followed up on your tip.


Under no circumstances may this system be misused to deliberately provide false or defamatory information!

Please note that making reports can sometimes have drastic consequences for the accused and also ties up valuable human resources.

Therefore, the reporting platform must not be misused for unobjective purposes under any circumstances.

A report always has a very serious background and must serve exclusively to put an end to unlawful actions in the final analysis.

Therefore, please pay attention to the following points:

What is the actual purpose of the reporting platform?

In particular, but not exclusively, to uncover and punish

  • Criminal offenses (e.g. corruption, fraud, money laundering, theft, embezzlement),
  • other violations of the law, such as antitrust violations, violations of competition law, violations of intellectual property rights (e.g. copyrights, trademarks, patents, …)
  • from any other form of criminality
  • and of massive violations of guidelines

What is the reporting platform not for?

Topics that you should better discuss with your manager or the person concerned, e.g.

  • non-punishable, insignificant offenses (e.g. policy violations of a minor nature)
  • Suggestions for improvement
  • Personal differences with other employees
  • alleged or actual mere inconveniences