Corporate social responsibility

In compliance with France's Grenelle II Law, the following report describes how Chargeurs is addressing the impact of its operations on society and the environment, as well as its social responsibility commitments in favor of sustainable development.

Because we believe that growth and competitiveness go hand in hand with quality, we are shrinking our environmental footprint while also maximizing the value we create for our customers, employees, shareholders and other stakeholders.

Our values have been clearly explained so that everyone across the organization, regardless of their country or culture, has a framework to guide their decisions and behavior. These values act as a shared baseline for assessing managerial performance and every executive, manager and contributor has pledged to uphold them.

In serving our customers in more than 70 countries around the world, we feel duty-bound to comply with the highest standards of ethics and integrity in every aspect of our business, because it is by earning their trust and the trust of our host communities that we will serve them best.

In addition, to support our corporate social responsibility process, standards specifying our CSR commitments have been formally prepared and distributed to every subsidiary. They have been extended by a Reporting Guide structuring the CSR reporting procedures, based on French decree no. 2012-557 dated April 24, 2012.

These internal documents help to guide outside organizations in reviewing our performance in the various CSR indicators. Persons wishing to consult the documents may contact the Corporate Communications department. The Reporting Guide is updated every year to reflect the latest reporting requirements and CSR indicators.

PricewaterhouseCoopers Audit has been commissioned to serve as the independent third party tasked with reviewing the CSR data in this report.

 

Corporate Social Responsability

(extract from 2016 Annual Report)

Ambitions & Lasting Competitiveness