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geo obtain a Gold rating as part of the EcoVadis scheme!

 

 

We are delighted to announce that we have received a Gold Rating as part of the EcoVadis scheme. The gold rating is the highest rating that an organisation can achieve.

To achieve this rating, earlier in the year we submitted a large portfolio of evidence outlining the processes we have in place which ensure our supply chain is working to encourage sustainable, ethical, socially responsible and environmentally friendly practices.

The report highlighted 3 outstanding  areas where geo was in the top 10% of suppliers, these were:

  • top 5% of suppliers assessed by EcoVadis in all categories.
  • top 6% of suppliers assessed by EcoVadis in the category of ‘Manufacture of measuring, testing, navigating and control equipment’ for Labour Practices.
  • top 6% of suppliers assessed by EcoVadis in the category of ‘Manufacture of measuring, testing, navigating and control equipment’ for Fair Business Practices.

 

About EcoVadis

EcoVadis is a Global CSR Rating Platform that is used by more than 180 leading multinational organisations to reduce risk and drive innovation in their supply chains.

EcoVadis is a signatory to the United Nations Global compact, which is a United Nations Initiative to encourage businesses to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies, and to report on their implementation. The EcoVadis platform is used across a range of industries and global companies such as Coca Cola, Nokia and Renault.

The methodology is at the core of their CSR analysis system which covers 21 criteria across four different themes for companies operating with global supply chains, these are;

  • Environment
  • Labour Practices
  • Fair Business Practices
  • Sustainable Procurement

 

 

 

 

 

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