Sustainability in the Automotive Industry | EcoVadis
The comparison and case for transitioning away from supplier self-assessment questionnaires toward verified sustainability ratings, to drive more shared value and engagement.
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When investigating or preparing to launch an initiative in your company to monitor supplier Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices, risks and performance, a couple key questions you face...
This fourth edition of the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings illustrates the sustainability performance of over 40,000 companies rated in 2015-2019.
Faurecia had the ambition to expand its sustainability commitment to the entire supply chain and create long-term value for all its stakeholders. They partnered with EcoVadis for this venture.
In 2018, more than 900 Transport companies evaluated, including 700 SMEs, are included in the EcoVadis sample.
Volkswagen Group España Distribución and EcoVadis have partnered to evaluate the sustainability performance of the car manufacturer’s strategic suppliers in Spain.
Groupe PSA partnered with EcoVadis to carry out a due diligence process to mitigate sustainability risk, prevent supply chain disruptions and avoid any harm to the brand.
Five CPO's, Executives and Procurement professionals answer the question, "Why Sustainable Procurement?" and how investing in a sustainable supply chain has impacted their businesses for the better.
"We adopted the EcoVadis platform because it was one of the longest established assessment platforms with a good robust approach to assessing and reviewing performance in the sustainability area."
"If you look at our vehicles, more than 90% of what they are made of is purchased....This is why we are working to ensure that all the vehicles on the street are produced in a sustainable way."
Poverty, inequality, discrimination and poor labor practices still plague the global business community. SDG 8 aims to close this gap and the transition to a new and collaborative sustainable...
New regulations and consumer demands are increasingly putting pressure on businesses to be more transparent. As a result, more and more companies include sustainability clauses in contracts with...
With as much as 85 percent of rubber tree plantations in the world made up of small farms, mapping the value chain of natural rubber can be a great challenge. French automotive giant Michelin has...
Tom Schalenbourg, Sustainable Development Director at Toyota Material Handling Europe, on how to deploy a global sustainability strategy and foster adoption across the group’s subsidiaries.
More than 30,000 business have been penalized during a major campaign against environmental violations in China with companies worldwide feeling the impact. Are you confident your business can...