OILMARK mission is to continually identify and maximise opportunities and invest in people and assets to create sustainable businesses through strong alliances and partnerships.


All of OILMARK Group's diverse business segments are underpinned by its core values that focus on unsurpassed customer care and respect for its employees and the wider community.


OILMARK's Code of Conduct states how the Company functions, the values and principles by which it is guided and the responsibilities it considers itself bound by.


For the past ten years, our Code of Conduct has served as guidance for all our operations and we remain fully committed to its values and principles. At every stage of our operations and wherever we are present, we actively seek to promote the interests and wellbeing of our stakeholders.

In 2010, we decided to further reinforce the corporate responsibility commitment we made in our Code of Conduct by committing to uphold and promote its ten principles covering human rights, labour standards, the environment and anti-corruption.

We shall maintain our commitment to carry out our activities in an efficient and responsible way, as we firmly believe that it contributes to our company's ongoing success. This Code describes the principles of OILMARK's business ethics and is intended to assist all employees in meeting high standards of personal and professional integrity required of them. The Code applies to everyone that works for or with OILMARK, whether as employee, director, consultant, officer, contractor (and their subcontractors) or any other business partner.

Our ethics policy is straightforward: everyone working for or with OILMARK must uphold the highest standards of business integrity and ethics in the conduct of all Company activity, complying with both the spirit and letter of all applicable laws and regulations. OILMARK's employees are expected to avoid any action or behaviour which could create even the perception that such behaviour is unethical, illegal or otherwise improper.

Irrespective of an employee’s position within OILMARK, he or she is involved in the business process including decision-making that affects OILMARK and other employees. It can sometimes be difficult to discern if a certain course of action will result in contravention of the provision of the Code. Also, certain situations may arise which may not be covered in our Code of Conduct. If there is any doubt as to whether a certain action is in compliance with the Code or any other OILMARK policy, it is expected that an employee will err on the side of caution and discuss the issue with his or her manager. If you have any questions concerning the legality of an action or the meaning of the Code, you should contact OILMARK's Legal Department.

Corporate Social Responsibility

OILMARK is committed to ethical conduct and social responsibility in all communities where it operates. OILMARK considers corporate social responsibility an integral part of its decision making process.

Through its mission, vision and values OILMARK underpins the importance of this responsibility to be embedded in its plans and actions. As part of its business goals the Group will adhere to:

  •   quality, health and safety practices
  •   environmental issues
  •   social awareness
  •   compliance with applicable laws and with a high degree of sensitivity to changes in social ethics or local practices