Community & Social Responsibility
At Martin Engineering, we are committed to strengthening the communities in which we operate and making them a better place to live and work. In fact, we see it as part of our corporate responsibility. For example, we encourage our employees to be involved in the community as part of a culture of volunteerism. As a result, Martin employees donate many hours of volunteer time for organisations such as Race for the Cure, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Adopt-A-Highway and Junior Achievement.
Furthermore, we strive to maintain the highest ethical standards and create a culture that values honesty, integrity and transparency. As a company committed to product safety and customer service, we are driven by what is right for our customers, our employees and the protection of the rights of the workers who manufacture our products.
At Martin, we are proud to represent and warrant that our products are in compliance with all applicable industry safety regulations, and we have always represented the highest, most consistent quality in the bulk materials handling industry. To this day, we continue to lead the industry in providing safe products that are manufactured by workers in a socially responsible environment.
We, along with our employees, also embrace the industries we serve by actively participating in industry governing agencies and trade associations, working to minimise potential dangers and improve business practices. The organisations we support include:
- National Mining Association
- Colorado Mining Association
- American Association of Port Authorities
- American Coal Council
- Association for Manufacturing Excellence
- International Association of Drilling Contractors
- NIBA - The Belting Association
- Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association
- Conveyor Manufacturing Association
- South Africa Institute of Material Handling
For a complete list of the associations we are active with, please visit our Trade Associations page.
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