“At the end of 2022, we experienced unprecedented constraints in accessing essential resources, mobilizing the entire ecosystem in which our businesses and individuals currently operate.
These constraints, which are impossible to ignore, required us to find bold solutions to keep manufacturing activity going, thereby increasing our commitment to make long-term and environmentallyfriendly choices.
The Group’s business activities are continually evolving and diversifying into new sectors, shaping a business model that is now partly focused on direct customers, who are very demanding in terms of the quality and transparency of our products.”
Joëlle Fabre-Hoffmeister, Group General Secretary
Our commitments for the Sustainable Development Goals
The Chargeurs Group is signatory of the Global Compact since 2017. We are commited to align our CSR strategy with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and to promote the best practices in human rights, labour standards, environment and anti-corruption, on our sites and across our supply chain.
Our non-financial performances
Our action plans
Chargeurs is commited to the promotion of sustainable industry by ensuring production site environmental impact is kept under control. We keep reducing our carbon emissions and our water consumption with ambitious and innovating action plans. We are broadening our range of virtuous products, creating environmental, social and societal value for Chargeurs and our customers.
Health crisis management
In a pandemic context, Chargeurs strengthens its CSR commitments. Throughout 2020, Chargeurs stepped up its solidarity actions with its stakeholders and developed businesses which enabled it to protect employee jobs and continue to serve our customers.
Employee safety in the workplace is one of the Group’s top priorities. To reach its zero-accident goal, Chargeurs is committed to instilling a culture of safety at every manufacturing unit.Our demanding safety requirements have led to a steady decline in the work accident frequency rate since 2018.
The Chargeurs Group is committed to treating everyone in its business and supply chain with dignity and respect. We commit to ensure best practices of governance and ethics, and to actively promote fundamental human rights and labour standards and to fight corruption.
Inclusion and diversity
Since the Group was founded in 1872, it evolves in an international environment, and is today present in 38 countries across the five continents. We want to promote and higlight the diversity of our employees around the world.