Brambles tops DJSI

Global logistics company Brambles, which operates in 60 countries under the CHEP brand, was ranked first in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), where it was included for the ninth consecutive year, as the best performing company in the commercial services and supply chain industry.

Brambles, the global supply chain solutions leader operating under the CHEP brand, was ranked first in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, one of the most prestigious platforms that evaluates the sustainability performances of corporate companies worldwide.

Noting that the company has been included in the index for the ninth consecutive year, Brambles CEO Graham Chipchase said: “Last year, we pushed our limits by setting new targets to achieve a truly regenerative vision. It’s an honor to be awarded by DJSI; With this important acquisition crowning our vision, I am extremely proud of the continued role Brambles and CHEP are playing in moving global supply chains to a more sustainable future.”

Outperformed its competitors in the industry in many categories

Brambles took its place at the top of the ranking with a score of 81/100 against the industry average of 23/100. This high rating rewards the content and scope of the company’s sustainability program called “Positive Planet”, “Positive Business” and “Positive Communities”. 

Speaking on the subject, Brambles Sustainability Officer JJ Freijo said, “Brambles has set an example of industry best practice by collecting the highest scores in the industry in most assessment categories, particularly in the areas of environmental reporting and social reporting. It also outperformed its competitors in the business ethics category, thanks to its strong ethical code of conduct and a detailed analysis program on the supply chain. Our company, which has a strong performance history in achieving its goals, has been in the entire value chain since 2020; succeeded in reducing its supply chain emissions by 4.5 percent. It presented a new roadmap for achieving the net zero emissions target by 2040.”

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