Mission, History, Certifications, Governance
“From 125 ml to 35.000 liters”
High quality raw materials, chosen from the most renowned producers, matched with our cutting-edge systems, enable Oleotecnica to carry out its mission, shared and applied by all its personnel:
“Being the best supplier of solutions to the Client, offering our technical skills, quality of service and a well-experienced sales force”.
Such prerogatives enable Oleotecnica to satisfy a wide range of requests and make quick and timely deliveries, from the 125 mL lubricator to the over 35.000-liter tanker lorry.
This is our business card.
Milanoil, operating for many years in the lubricants sector, passed the baton to Oleotecnica in 1962.
A great adventure begins: new, highly qualified management, an efficient facility and constant effort started a process of growth that has promoted Oleotecnica among the players of the Italian market of mineral oils for industry. With its latest actions Oleotecnica radically changed the company’s production and management becoming the market leader in a few market niches.
The growth program has been, in all these years, constantly supported by considerable investments in advanced technology, tank range and mixers, as well as storage warehouses.
The agreement with Esso Italiana, of whom we became Authorized Dealer, acknowledges and confirms our image of quality even with clients.
Oleotecnica sets up its internal process complying with customer needs in terms of global quality. Technical features of its products are verified and guaranteed.
Oleotecnica focuses its attention on strategical aspects of the production process, and in particular relies on:
Oleotecnica S.p.A. has adopted a traditional corporate management model.
The Board of Statutory Auditors is composed of three standing and two substitute statutory auditors, that shall keep their post for three financial years and who can be re-elected.
Oleotecnica’s Internal control and risk management system – headed by the Board of Directors including management and other members of the organizational structure – is structured and concretely applied to provide reasonable certainty on reaching the following objectives:
Law Decree 8th June 2001, nr. 231 (“the Decree”) has introduced in our legal framework the discipline of administrative liability of “bodies” consequent to committing specific offences. Specifically, companies are liable for committing (or attempting to commit), in Italy or overseas, certain crimes committed by individuals linked to them functionally in the interest or to the advantage of the companies themselves.
Specifically, the body may be held responsible if, before one of the above individuals committing the offence, the body had not adopted and effectively implemented the organizational, management and control models apt to avoid offences of the type committed.
In abidance to provisions in art. 6 of the Law Decree herein, on 22nd December 2009 the Board of Directors adopted its own “Organizational, management and control model”,which lists the set of rules, processes and procedures aimed at preventing offences considered relevant for the Company.
The Model has been revised since then to consider updates deriving from legal, regulatory and organizational changes.
The duty to supervise on the performance and abidance of the Model, as well as its updating, has been entrusted to a Supervisory Board, acting as a monocratic body.
The commitment is covered by an external consultant who has the necessary requisites of honorability, professionalism, autonomy and independence.
Adopting the Model is an important step towards establishing ethical principles along with legality, transparency and sense of responsibility in internal relations as well as with external partners, in order to offer stakeholders the best guarantees for an efficient and proper management, by introducing procedures apt to manage any situations of risk.
The Code of ethics and conduct is an integral part of the Model. It summarises the principles and the values that Oleotecnica deems fundamental for a proper and fair conduct in carrying out business and corporate tasks.
Such principles and values, as well as the conduct principles listed in Model 231, must inspire all the people involved in carrying out the corporate mission and in reaching company goals, in particular all the employees and those individuals acting on behalf of the Company or having relations with it (partners, suppliers, etc.).
In particular, in pursuing the mission – meaning corporate objectives and, in general, carrying out business – the Company advocates, promotes and expects abidance to its principles of ethics on secrecy, legality, accounting transparency, professionalism, trust, correctness, loyalty, honesty, fairness, equal opportunity and integrity.
Oleotecnica undertakes, in a consistent and prioritised manner, to prevent injuries as well as safeguarding health and safety whilst carrying out corporate tasks.
To such aim, the Company undertakes to spread and consolidate a culture of safety on the workplace developing awareness of risks and promoting responsible behaviour of all its collaborators.
In order to ensure abidance, Model 231 integrates a specific Health and Safety on the Workplace management system, which Oleotecnica has adopted in compliance to the provisions in article 30 of Law Decree 9th April 2008, nr. 81.
Such corporate System has been drawn up in conformity with the UNI- INAIL Guidelines regulating Health and Safety on the Workplace management systems (SGSL) of 28th September 2001.