Among top 1% globally of the companies evaluated by Ecovadis
At Cramo sustainability works as a key foundation in our business strategy. Our ambition is to lead the way in advancing sustainability in the rental industry and to meet the requirements of our stakeholders and of internationally agreed standards.
Last year Cramo in Sweden took another step in its sustainability work by engaging EcoVadis, a trusted global assessor, to review the work with CSR issues within the company. Based on a number of parameters, the company’s systems, activities and results were assessed in the areas of environment, labor & human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement. Cramo was awarded with a gold medal despite participating in the rating for the first time.
In June this year Cramo received the news of having obtained an even higher score than last year and, for this achievement, has been awarded the EcoVadis Platinum Medal for 2021. This result places Cramo in Sweden among the top 1 percent of companies assessed by EcoVadis.
“Our sustainability agenda begins with our commitment to incorporate social, environmental, economic and ethical factors into our company’s strategic decision-making. It extends to evaluating how these factors affect our business — including all of its stakeholders — and what risks and opportunities these factors present. By earning the Ecovadis Platinum medal we are further encouraged in our efforts, but we still know that we have a long way to go. This gives us a push to keep working towards even higher targets.”, says Sohana Josefsson, Director Group Staff Functions at Cramo Group.
Behind the sustainability review lies many hours of work and dedication concludes Madeleine Rinne, Team Manager QSE, who wants to thank everyone involved:
“This award is a tribute to the commitment and hard work of the team and of the whole organization. We should all take pride in what we have accomplished, and I am sure this will boost the interest and will to maintain and improve our sustainability processes in Cramo even more”.