Corporate Sustainability addresses the dynamic interactions among the economic, environmental, and social impacts, and interactions in the short, medium and long-term. We strive to achieve this through ethical, transparent, responsible, and accountable incorporation into operations, the institutional framework and strategies, decision-making, voluntary practices, and company culture. For this we actively and responsibly engage with internal, external, social, and non-social stakeholders, and synergistically consider issues of competitiveness, ecological impact, and human development.
· Operations and production;
· Management and strategy;
· Organisational systems;
· Procurement and marketing; and
· Assessment and communication.
To achieve this we rely on collaboration with other organisations we follow the Japanese philosophy of Kyosei that means “spirit of collaboration”, and has five stages:
Stage 1. Economic survival
Stage 2. Collaborating with labour
Stage 3. Collaborating outside the company
Stage 4. Global collaboration
Stage 5. The government as a Kyosei partner
Traditionally, Kyosei has been applied to social relationships, for us it also includes the environment, and the time dimension, as to better contribute to Sustainability.
ASSESSMENT AND REPORTING