Our job requires teamwork. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of everyone in Coliman, our work is recognized worldwide.
The board plays a key role within the company. It is the entity responsible of regulating what we do and how we do it; to make sure we perform our job in the best way possible.
It is formed by a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 15 advisors, designated by Coliman’s shareholders committee. Among the committee we can find internal and external executive advisors. The external members are of great importance, due to their objective and independent point of view needed for the decisions of the corporation.
With the aim of making independent and transparent decisions, we have implemented different policies. Amongst them the fair competition, anticorruption and conflict of interest policies.
Fair competition policy seeks that the transactions between Coliman and business counterparts are executed under free market conditions and prices.
On the other hand, the anticorruption and conflict of interest policies are crafted to prevent any wrongdoing; personal, financial or in the functions of the collaborators of the organization.
Our code of conduct is the formal statement of our values, ethic code and behavior of our enterprise. Serves as the main guideline to our day-to-day operation. It is our commitment with our company and the families of the world.
That’s why we work every day to make it happen. Because that is what is needed in order to have an extraordinary workplace; that will reflect externally to our clients and society.
HOW DOES COLIMAN PRESERVE THE ENVIRONMENT?
ASSISTANCE IN DISASTER SITUATIONS.
We believe that social responsibility not only involves what we can do as a company, but to help the ones in need as a pillar of our day-to-day culture. Coliman, along with many other companies, has helped strained communities after natural disasters.
COLIMAN AND TELETON.
In May 2014 the CRIT Teleton of Guadalajara accepted ‘Chayito’, relative of a worker in Coliman Ranch Terranova. The girl was helped with her disability (microcephaly and blindness). Chayito is now receiving therapy in Guadalajara and has high hopes of being able to walk.
COLIMAN AND COMEX: URBAN HEART PROGRAM.
Through the program ‘Social Sense’, Coliman teamed up with Comex Urban Heart Fondation. Both organizations have helped building and painting many homes for people of scarce resources.
Our volunteer program has the goal of inspiring the participation of our personnel and their families in social programs. The aim is to contribute positively in the development and life quality of the communities in which Coliman has presence in.
RED CROSS FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN.
25 volunteers participated in the streets, gathering money for the Red Cross Foundation. The fundraising was on March 28th on Blvd. Periférico Norte and Solidaridad. Hermosillo, Sonora, México.
The volunteers were…
• Mónica Salgado TRC.
• Pablo Vega ATE.
• Vania Romero CEA.
• Adriana Amaya FFN.
• German TRC.
• Bere Pacheco FFN.
• Fortunato R. FFN.
• Lupita González CEA.
• Veronica Zárate FFN.
• Liz Martínez FFN.
• Azucena Vázquez CEA.
• Berenice Madrid CEA.
• Erika Barragán FFN.
• Diana Vega FFN.
• Mario Jáuregui FFN.
• Loly Varela FFN.
• Ivan Ortiz CEA.
• Ángel Irigoyen FFN.
• Liz Félix FFN.
• Andrea Contreras FFN.
• Elizabeth Vidal FFN.
• Claudia Arvayo FFN.
• Alma Básaca FFN.
DONATE A TOY TO A KID THIS CHRISTMAS.
Happy kids with toys on Christmas: 143.
We want to make children happy. That’s why we design and participate in programs to support the younglings. 122 Coliman employees (including Frutas Finas del Noroeste, Agropecuaria Terranova, Transportes Refrigerados COLIMAN and Corporativo de Empresas Aggall) gave toys to 99 children. Coliman’s Northwest Division gave $ 6,000 MXP -used for buying toys and food for the event. As part of the commitment that Coliman has acquired as a Socially Responsible Company, we invited employees within the organization and from bank institutions to participate as volunteers.