Established in 1905, Fretex is a social enterprise, fully owned by the Norwegian Salvation Army.
Their mission statement is to contribute to giving people job opportunities and to improve the environment through reuse and recycling.
Fretex is the largest vocational rehabilitation company in Norway. Every year, more than 6,000 people take part in their various vocational rehabilitation programs.
Vision: We give people reason to believe in the future!
Fretex's conduct its business in accordance with The Salvation Army's core values.
Core Values: Transparency, Care, Commitment, Profitability
Non-Discrimination: Fretex does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, national origin, race, colour, language, religion, political views, membership of a trade union, sexual orientation, disability, age or belief, among its employees or by employment.
Fretex is entirely owned by the Norwegian Salvation Army.
You can read more about Fretex here.