Together with our owner KGK, we offer the market's best spare parts, accessories, tools, training, and services for the automotive industry.


With our partnership in the Big Group, we offer a wide range of tools, machinery, workwear, and protective equipment, along with flexible customer solutions and industry-specific training for the entire industrial sector.


Whistleblower Policy

We strive to operate Laitis in a long-term and sustainable manner. Therefore, it’s important for us to ensure that any misconduct that could seriously harm our operations or our employees is brought to attention and investigated as early as possible.

To facilitate the reporting of misconduct that violates applicable legislation, we have established a whistleblower solution. Reports are received and handled by an external actor. Please note that only individuals with a direct connection to Laitis’ operations are covered by the protection under the whistleblower legislation (Law 2021:890 on the protection of persons who report misconduct)


Reporting via internal whistleblower channels

Reporting is done in writing via the website or verbally by phone at 0771-77 99 77. You can choose to remain anonymous on both these reporting channels. If you wish to report through a physical meeting, it can be requested by registering a report on the website The physical meeting is held either with a representative from Laitis or with Laitis’ whistleblower service provider, 2Secure, by agreement.

When registering a new report on, you should provide the company-specific code KGK964 to identify that it is for a Laitis report. On the website, you will be asked to answer a number of questions about the matter being reported. You can remain anonymous and will be assigned a unique case number and a password that must be saved to actively log in to the website to follow up on the report and communicate with the handler at 2Secure.

Once a report is registered, it is processed by experienced handlers at 2Secure, who contact Laitis’ primary contact person based on a predetermined contact list with multiple names. If the primary contact person is the subject of the report, another person on the contact list will be informed. It is always Laitis that ultimately assesses the report and decides what actions to take. When you report to Laitis’ internal reporting channels, you are entitled to protection under the law (2021:890) on the protection of persons who report misconduct. Learn more here.

In the case of verbal reporting, you have the right to review and correct any inaccuracies in your report. When you make a report by phone, you will receive login details to follow your report on If you wish to review and possibly correct your report afterward, this can be requested through the web portal. If you wish to sign the protocol from your report, this is also requested through the web portal. A handler from 2Secure will coordinate this. If you choose to sign the protocol from your report, it means that 2Secure becomes aware of your name/identity. However, 2Secure safeguards your anonymity and will not disclose this information to the company. Thus, even if you choose to sign the protocol from your report, you can remain anonymous to Laitis.

Reporting via external whistleblower channels

In addition to reporting to Laitis’ internal whistleblower channel, you can report externally to a competent authority within a specific area of responsibility or to one of the EU’s institutions, bodies, and agencies. Even when reporting externally, you are entitled to protection under the law (2021:890) on the protection of persons who report misconduct. The following authorities have been designated as competent authorities and have established external reporting channels:Arbetsmiljöverket, Boverket, Elsäkerhetsverket, Ekobrottsmyndigheten, Fastighetsmäklarinspektionen, Finansinspektionen, Folkhälsomyndigheten, Havs- och vattenmyndigheten, Integritetsskyddsmyndigheten, Inspektionen för strategiska produkter, Inspektionen för vård och omsorg, Kemikalieinspektionen, Konsumentverket, Konkurrensverket, Livsmedelsverket, Läkemedelsverket, Länsstyrelserna, Myndigheten för samhällsskydd och beredskap, Naturvårdsverket, Post- och telestyrelsen, Regeringskansliet, Revisorsinspektionen, Skatteverket, Skogsstyrelsen, Spelinspektionen, Statens energimyndighet, Statens jordbruksverk, Styrelsen för ackreditering och teknisk kontroll, Strålsäkerhetsmyndigheten och Transportstyrelsen.. See the website of the Swedish Work Environment Authority for a compilation of each authority’s area of responsibility and contact details here.

Regarding Statutory Whistleblower Protection

The whistleblower legislation, Law (2021:890) on the protection of persons who report misconduct, provides protection for whistleblowers under certain conditions. In addition to the possibility of reporting suspected misconduct under the whistleblower legislation, there is also a right to freedom of expression and acquisition under the Freedom of the Press Act and the Fundamental Law on Freedom of Expression. This means that an employee (with certain exceptions) within both the private and public sector can freely provide otherwise confidential information for publication to the media covered by the Freedom of the Press Act or the Fundamental Law on Freedom of Expression.

For employees in public operations or other activities where whistleblower protection applies according to the Law (2017:151) on whistleblower protection in certain private operations or the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act (2009:400), there is also extended protection. The extended protection concerns prohibitions against investigations and reprisals.

The investigation prohibition means that an authority or other public body, as a main rule, may not investigate who has provided information for publication.

The prohibition against reprisals means that the public may not take measures that result in negative consequences for an individual because he or she has exercised their freedom of expression and whistleblower rights.

Violations of the investigation and reprisal prohibitions are punishable by fines or imprisonment for up to one year (Chapter 3, Section 4 of the Freedom of the Press Act and Chapter 2, Section 4


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