Recognizing Sustainability Excellence
among SMEs, globally


EcoVadis is excited to announce the winners of its first edition of the Sustainability Leadership Awards.

The objective of the award is to recognize companies leading the charge in sustainability practices and innovation around the globe.

Awards have been assigned based on the EcoVadis CSR assessment score.
The pool consists of 7086 Small and Medium Enterprises and subsidiaries in the EcoVadis database assessed in 2016, with a minimum score of 37.


REGIONAL AWARDS

This category awards leaders for 3 geographic areas:

Best performers (Companies reporting the highest score in 2016)

 

  • AMEA

    Best Performance:

     

    ATLINKS
    HOLDINGS LTD
    (GROUP)

    [HONG KONG SAR CHINA]

  • Americas

    Best Performance:

     

    CORPORACION INMOBILIARIA VESTA SAB DE CV (GROUP)

    [MEXICO]

  • Europe

    Best Performance:

     

    GECINA SA (GROUP)
    draws with
    STEELCASE SA

    [FRANCE]


CATEGORY AWARDS

This category awards best performers (companies reporting the highest EcoVadis score)
in 9 macro-sectors:

Best performers (Companies reporting the highest score in 2016)

 

 

  • Construction

    PRIMATICE SASU

    [FRANCE]

    RELACOM DENMARK AS

    [DENMARK]

    RELACOM FINLAND OY

    [FINLAND]

  • Light Manufacturing

    STEELCASE SA

    [FRANCE]

     

     

  • Wholesale / Tertiary Services

    THE SOURCING TEAM LTD

    [UK]

 

  • Heavy Manufacturing

    KAO
    CORPORATION SA

    [SPAIN]

  • Transport

    EUROFLASH DEMENAGEMENT SAS

    [FRANCE]

  • Advanced Manufacturing

    SCLE SFE

    [FRANCE]

 

  • ICT

    DCS SA (GROUP)

    [FRANCE]

  • Food & Beverage

    SVZ INTERNATIONAL BV (GROUP)

    [NETHERLANDS]

  • Finance / Legal / Consulting / Advertising

    GECINA SA (GROUP)

    [FRANCE]


THE METHODOLOGY

The EcoVadis methodology is based on a framework of 21 CSR criteria grouped into 4 core themes (listed below). The methodology is based on leading CSR standards such as GRI, Global Compact and ISO 26000, and is supervised by an international scientific committee.

 

Environment

Social

Ethics

  • Energy consumption
  • Water
  • Biodiversity
  • Local pollution
  • Materials, chemicals & waste
  • Air emissions
  • Green house gases
  • Product use / End of life
  • Customer health & safety
  • Health & safety
  • Working conditions
  • Labor relations
  • Career management
  • Child & forced labor
  • Freedom of association
  • Non discrimination
  • Fundamental human rights
  • Corruption & bribery
  • Anti-competitive practices
  • Fair marketing

 

Supply Chain

  • Environment
  • Labor practices & Human rights

 

The analysis is performed by a team of 150+ experts in CSR and sustainability who scan through documental proof for policies, measures and reporting, also leveraging a live 360 news module which monitors 1000+ stakeholder news (from NGOs to specialized media, sector associations, and more).

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