"It's good to know that the company takes care of my kids when they have a medical issue. I feel at home"
Jertha Jean Satiste, Fermentation SpecialistValues
"Promoting art at Oettinger Davidoff goes beyond a simple engagement. We want to sustain the present art generation and foster dialogues in the art world."
Albertine Kopp, Senior Manager Davidoff Art InitiativeWatch Video Interview
"Numbers are important. Although at Oettinger Davidoff people come before numbers. That's family!"
Oliver Lindemann, Director Group TreasuryCode of Conduct
"My daily source of inspiration is to provide creative and business-minded legal support in a complex, dynamic and highly regulated environment."
Dr. Patrick Philipp Schädler, General Counsel & Head Corporate ServicesCode of Conduct
"I want to create objects inspired by nature, objects that resonate with it, but that at the same time express my personal and cultural experience."
Natalia Ortega Gámez, DAI Artist 2016, Bogotá
We Stand For
At Oettinger Davidoff, we value honesty, integrity, accountability and diversity. Our customers and our people are our most important assets. Passion for quality and innovation defines our work. Our culture is about the desire to win, excellence in execution, transparency, ambition and collaboration. We are fair and listen to each other, and we expect all of us to always look for a better way.
Since 1875 Oettinger Davidoff has proven to be a responsible and successful family enterprise. Our corporate responsibility is focussed on the areas of supply chain management, human resource development, and community relations.
Davidoff Art Initiative
The Davidoff Art Initiative supports contemporary art and artists in the Caribbean, shares knowledge and expertise about contemporary art, and fosters cultural engagement between the Caribbean and the rest of the world.
Code of Conduct
We value honesty, integrity, accountability and diversity. All of Oettinger Davidoff’s employees are responsible for complying with our Code of Conduct. As the Code of Conduct cannot describe every situation we may encounter in our day-to-day business we apply the “Seven-Questions-Rule” to help us making the right decision in case of concern: