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CMA CGM announced it has received the “Gold Recognition Level” by Ecovadis, the first collaborative platform providing Supplier Sustainability Ratings for global supply chains.

The Ecovadis’ report highlighted CMA CGM’s notable business practices in the following sectors:

    environmental compliance,

    labor practices,

    fair business practices

    sustainable procurement.

Namely, CMA CGM is part of the TOP 1% of the most successful companies. In the Sea and coastal water transport category, Ecovadis rated the CMA CGM among the TOP 2 % of the most successful companies.

The best ratings of the Group concern:

    Sustainable procurement where CMA CGM  is in the TOP 1 %

    Environmental compliance where the Group is part of the TOP 5 %

    Labor practices where the Group is among the TOP 6 %

The Ecovadis methodology is based on the international standards of the sustainable development, in particular the Global Reporting Initiative, the Global Pact of United Nations and standard ISO 26000. It covers 150 business sectors and 140 countries.

    Tanya Saadé Zeenny, Executive Officer of the CMA CGM Group, noted:We cannot envision our future development without an ambitious policy regarding social responsibility. This evaluation, which ranks us among the TOP 1 % of the most dynamic companies regarding CSR, demonstrates our commitment towards a more respectful future and encourages us to double our efforts. This ambition is intrinsically connected to our group’s family dimension and its very strong human values.”CMA CGM announced it has received the “Gold Recognition Level” by Ecovadis, the first collaborative platform providing Supplier Sustainability Ratings for global supply chains.

The Ecovadis’ report highlighted CMA CGM’s notable business practices in the following sectors:

    environmental compliance,

    labor practices,

    fair business practices

    sustainable procurement.

Namely, CMA CGM is part of the TOP 1% of the most successful companies. In the Sea and coastal water transport category, Ecovadis rated the CMA CGM among the TOP 2 % of the most successful companies.

The best ratings of the Group concern:

    Sustainable procurement where CMA CGM  is in the TOP 1 %

    Environmental compliance where the Group is part of the TOP 5 %

    Labor practices where the Group is among the TOP 6 %

The Ecovadis methodology is based on the international standards of the sustainable development, in particular the Global Reporting Initiative, the Global Pact of United Nations and standard ISO 26000. It covers 150 business sectors and 140 countries.

    Tanya Saadé Zeenny, Executive Officer of the CMA CGM Group, noted:We cannot envision our future development without an ambitious policy regarding social responsibility. This evaluation, which ranks us among the TOP 1 % of the most dynamic companies regarding CSR, demonstrates our commitment towards a more respectful future and encourages us to double our efforts. This ambition is intrinsically connected to our group’s family dimension and its very strong human values.”

 

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