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Our Policies

Information Security

We, as CMS Group and employees, are striving hard by targeting to be a role model in our sector in terms of Information Security as well with the purpose of managing all kinds of risks towards our assets attached to our business sustainability and business processes by following the principles below:

- To perform the documentation process required by the standard, by establishing Information Security Management System in conformity with ISO 27001 Standards; to document them and to ensure continuous improvement of this process;

- To comply with all the legislative regulations and contracts pertaining to information security.

- To manage the risks directed to the business processes systematically.

- To realize the trainings that will develop the technical and behavioral capabilities to increase business security awareness.





As the first light alloy wheel manufacturer in Turkey and one of the leading firms around the globe in this industry, CMS aims to continuously develop with an efficient Environmental Management System by providing all resources necessary for achieving environmental principles and goals at all stages of its manufacturing and service activities starting from raw material selection.

In order to reach this goal we commit;

To meet all the expectations of all associated parties related to work processes affecting environmental management system and all legal requirements regarding environment

To assess the environmental impacts directly or indirectly affected by our organisation with a risk oriented approach

To take responsibility for consequences related to waste management and environmental impacts in the context of our environmental management system

To achieve the goals regarding environmental management system that we planned and to provide the funds for the encouragement of continuous development of it,

To reduce our Carbon Footprint with the awareness that climate change can have direct and indirect long-term effects on our production activities and supply chain,

To work within the scope of energy efficiency and to consider renewable energy opportunities,

To reduce water consumption by using water resources effectively,

To produce in a way which has a minimal effect in the air and water quality during our activities.

To use technical and financial facilities to sort wastes at the source, to conduct studies to decrease the use of natural resources and to monitor and control results of such measurement efforts in order to prevent pollution and protect the environment;

To make production with least harm to the environment with the processes of selection, usage and waste of chemicals with awareness of chemical management responsibility,

To provide all necessary resources like trainings, information, etc. to ensure participation of all interested parties in our Environmental Management System and to incentivise such interested parties by rewarding their participation;

To focus on the usage of recyclable materials in scope of life-long cycle approach and to prioritise the usage of materials that are not harmful to the environment,

We acknowledge and declare,




CMS, Turkey's leader and one of the world's leading manufacturers of light metal alloy wheels, operates in accordance with all applicable standards and legal requirements at every stage of production and service activities, from raw material selection to meeting customer requests and expectations. In line with its goals, it invests in systems that incorporate new technologies, provides all necessary resources, and adheres to continuous improvement principles.

In line with our strategies, we prioritize product safety, environmental conditions, and energy efficiency.

Under our management systems, we conduct zero-defect work on our wheels by researching and applying new technologies and quality techniques to continuously improve the quality of our products and services. 

We work with relevant stakeholders and business partners in every country where our wheels are distributed, taking into account financial, operational, corporate, and economic conditions. 

We continuously review our compliance by adhering to all legal and standard requirements for quality, safety, and performance, as well as meeting customer expectations.

We make decisions based on analyses of all collected data and information.

We provide an environment where our employees can express themselves as participants, sharers, and creators, and continuously improve themselves.

We provide timely information to our customers with transparency, accessibility, responsiveness, accountability, privacy, continuous improvement, and objectivity principles, utilizing all resources to propose and deliver solutions, thereby increasing customer satisfaction.

We adopt a collaborative approach to create customer value with our suppliers by ensuring they also embrace our corporate ethics and sustainable principles, and customer-specific requests.



As the first light alloy wheel manufacturer in Turkey and one of the leading manufacturer around the globe, CMS aims to improve continuously while providing Energy Management System requirements at all stage of its production and service activities, starting from supply selection, by highlighting the study on recycling and weighting of cars for fuel efficiency which is the basis of sustainability in the automotive industry.

In order to reach this aim we commit;
1. To set policy-compliant targets with the participation of our employees, to create actions to achieve these goals, to provide the necessary information and resources by our management,
2. To ensure by the senior management that all information and resources, integrity, availability, accessibility, review and updating of information in order to achieve energy-related goals and objectives,
3. To follow the applicable laws, regulations and other requirements related to energy efficiency, energy use and energy consumption,
4. To ensure the efficient use of natural resources and energy,
5. To use energy-efficient products for the improvement of energy performance, to consider energy efficiency in the purchase of energy services and related design works,
6. To improve the energy performance continuously.


Occupational Safety & Health

As the first light alloy wheel manufacturer in Turkey and one of the leading firms around the globe in this industry, CMS aims at a continuous improvement with proactive approach by providing all necessary technical, financial and human resources in order to create a safer, healthier work environment and minimise losses at all stages of its manufacturing and service activities.

In order to reach this goal we;

• Commit to undertake, establish, operate and continuously improve a system that eliminates dangers at source, prevents the occurrence of work accidents and occupational diseases with the participation of all employees starting with the upper management,
• Assess physical, chemical, biological, ergonomic risk factors and takes protective measures during production and service activities. To encourage all our employees and contractor employees to use occupational safety protective materials,
• Commit assess occupational health and safety effects of new products, facilities, machine and equipment at the project design stage,
• Require compliance with occupational health and safety criteria as a prerequisite in supply of raw materials and ancillary materials used in manufacture,
• Assess risks of fire, natural disasters and other issues that may cause an emergency during the realization of activities that may occur in the workplace and to create an emergency plan which emergency situations and response types are defined,
• Prioritise training of employees, suppliers and contractors in order to raise awareness regarding occupational health and safety,
• Adopt the principle that occupational health and safety improvement activities are the common responsibility of all employees,
• Assure to consider the opportunities to enhance occupational health and safety,
• Comply with all legislations and statutory requirements related to occupational health and safety,


Responsible Sourcing Policy

This policy is designed to ensure that business practices for suppliers in the supply chain of CMS Group Companies comply with applicable national and international laws and regulations within the framework of sustainable responsibility and ethical rights. Our aim is to outline the principles of Responsible Sourcing by achieving measurable, concrete improvements in the supply chain, taking into account the environmental and social impacts of supplier performance criteria, which will also serve the title of Responsible Production and Consumption, Article 12 of the Sustainable Development Goals. 

All our suppliers must have the ability to transparently meet sourcing requirements in accordance with this policy. It is a contractual obligation for suppliers to accept this policy and comply with all articles specified in this policy. CMS Group Companies reserve the right to terminate work with suppliers who do not meet the basic principles set out in this policy. 

Our Principles Outlining This Policy;
- Legal Compliance
- Human rights
- Environmental Responsibility
- Work safety
- Business Integrity
- Application

1.Compliance with Laws
Suppliers must maintain awareness of and comply with applicable laws and regulations (Environment, occupational health and safety, fair competition, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, processing and  rotection of personal data, labor law, intellectual property rights, etc.) and must establish systems for compliance with the law and must ensure its continuity. 

2.Human Rights
We believe that human resources are the most important element of sustainable growth. We ensure the full and correct use of our employees' personal rights. We treat employees honestly and fairly, and we are committed to a non-discriminatory, safe and healthy working environment. We expect our suppliers to work with this perspective.

Suppliers perspective in business processes should be defined in a way that protects and respects human rights and human privacy. Suppliers are expected to act in accordance with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, as well as the requirements of international conventions of the country in which they operate. Suppliers must undertake to avoid any issues related to human rights violations in all their commercial activities. It is obliged to identify human rights violations, prevent them if detected, and
take the necessary precautions and improvements. In order to continuously improve the impacts, it should contribute to the development of processes including the complaint mechanism. Must be able to show evidence of responding to complaints.

2.1 Forced Labor Trafficking
As CMS, we are against forced labor and human trafficking. We treat everyone equally and fairly. We are sensitive to the traditions and cultures of Turkey and the countries in which we operate and act in accordance with all legal regulations. Our suppliers are also expected to avoid forced or illegal
labor within the scope of Sustainable Development Goals Article 8, Decent Work and Economic Growth, and to handle recruitment in accordance with legal regulations. Salaries and advances must be paid fairly, working hours must comply with applicable laws, overtime must be done only when the employee volunteers, and the employee must be entitled to at least 1 day of vacation after 6 consecutive working days.

2.3 Prevention of Child Labor
Suppliers cannot employ child workers at any stage of production. It must comply with the age limitation stipulated by ILO practices regarding the employment of children. This age limitation should not be below the age reached by the child at the end of the compulsory education period and in no case should it be below 15 years of age. 

2.4 Fair and Equal Treatment
Suppliers must not discriminate against employees of any kind. Within the scope of Article 5 (Gender Equality), one of the Sustainable Development Goals determined by the United Nations, including putting people at a disadvantage due to their gender, race, social group, color, disability, union they are affiliated with, political opinion, origin, religion, age and pregnancy. Discrimination should not be applied. Equal recruitment and employment opportunities are expected to be provided. Within the scope of sustainable development goals article 8, Decent Work and Economic Growth, it is expected that all women and men, including young people and the disabled, have access to full and productive employment and decent work, and that the principle of equal pay for equal work is fully adopted.

3. Environmental Responsibility
CMS aims to provide all the necessary resources to achieve its environmental principles and targets at every stage of production and service activities, starting from the selection of raw materials, with a
sustainable environmental perspective, considering environmental impacts with low carbon footprint and in accordance with legal regulations. In this context, it expects the same performance from its suppliers.

Suppliers are expected to ensure business management in accordance with environmental legislation, taking into account environmental permit licenses and waste management, biodiversity impact risks. Within the scope of continuous improvement, it must determine environmental aspects and risks and appoint responsible persons to carry out controlled monitoring of its operations. New projects, research and studies should be carried out to reduce natural resource consumption. It should measure and report performances by setting targets within the scope of pollution prevention and waste reduction (water, emissions, carbon, etc.) principles. In line with the Sustainable Development goals, article 13 must develop sustainable projects to reduce waste (emission, wastewater, solid waste) generation in order to contribute to climate action. It should develop projects that aim to develop low greenhouse gas emissions while producing and create an integrated policy/strategy plan that increases the ability to adapt to the negative effects of climate change.

4. Workplace Safety
CMS aims to continuously improve in compliance with the legislation by providing the necessary technical, financial and human resources to create a safer and healthier working environment and minimize losses at every stage of raw material selection, production and service activities. In this context, it expects the same performance from its suppliers. Suppliers must create healthy working environments that comply with the Labor Law and OHS legislation and protect employee health. Suppliers must identify hazards, identify risks, evaluate them, control them, ensure the continuity of protective measures and have the necessary periodic maintenance and tests performed. It must ensure the safety and health of employees in the workplace, at least within the framework of national regulations, and support continuous improvement to improve the work environment . It must provide employees with informational training and health training about the hazards and risks identified in occupational safety and keep records. Employees' opinions should also be taken into account during the work to ensure employee safety. Within the scope of workplace safety and worker health, those responsible should be appointed within the framework of the legislation. It is obligatory to provide process-specific personal protective equipment for employees in accordance with the legislation.

5. Business Integrity
CMS selects suppliers according to its own Business Partner Handbook and expects all suppliers to conduct business in accordance with this handbook.

5.1 Fighting Corruption

CMS does not tolerate the exchange of money or gifts to influence the behavior of another person, organization, politician, government employee or authority for commercial or personal benefit. Even countries where bribery is tolerated do not allow it. The highest level of integrity is expected in all business activities and relationships. All forms of corruption, bribery, blackmail and abuse are strictly prohibited.

5.2 Fair Competition and Equality Principle
CMS evaluates and selects business partners by treating all companies fairly, equally and in accordance with free trade rules. It does not evaluate the country, religion, race and political structure of companies. It evaluates the business areas where companies are strong, their
technology, quality, logistics service level and reliability. It expects its suppliers to manage their
business processes with the same sensitivity.
5.3 Intellectual Property and Privacy
CMS signs confidentiality agreements with all its suppliers and conducts business within the scope of
this agreement. In this context, it expects suppliers to use this information only within the framework
of the matters specified in the contractual agreement. He/she has the right to terminate the employment contract in case of detection of behavior contrary to the contract. At the same time, it expects its suppliers to adopt this working principle and to respect and take care to protect the companies intellectual property rights and employees' confidential and private information. 

5.4 Avoiding Conflict of Interest
CMS expects to be notified to the CMS Ethics Line for all situations that may arise due to personal interests in its relations with its suppliers and affect the impartiality of the work.

6. Application
During the audits carried out on CMS suppliers, it questions their compliance with the rules specified in this policy, and monitors and controls the results and improvements. It reserves the right to terminate contracts with suppliers who violate or do not comply with external legal regulations specified in this policy. It also expects and encourages suppliers and employees to report actions that do not comply with this policy. The necessary ways to deliver notifications are defined in detail in the CMS Business Partner Handbook. Additionally, the Ethics Line number is defined in the business ethics booklet available at cms.com.tr.





Codes of Business Ethics


Human Resources

Reaching up to the stars…

Our aim is;

  • To have a human resource with high potentiel that is competent in its field, complies with the corporate culture, believes in team work and displays high performance
  • To enable our employees to acquire skills and technical know-how with the continuous development-oriented training applications and competitive development opportunities we offer,
  • To create a transparent work environment that keeps the career developments of our employees in focus with the performance management system we apply, encourages them to be a part of a team targeting high efficiency, cares about them and is preferred due to our fair approach.

Thus, we value the contributions of each team member and share their acquired success.