We want to make a difference – and we can

Orio is a responsible business partner, social stakeholder, and employer. We believe that competitiveness and sustainability go hand in hand, and that sustainability generates commitment and pride within the organisation.

Our aim is a sustainable value chain

The way we operate, whether its our business ethics, countering corruption, supporting human rights, or ensuring fair working conditions and sustainable resource use – it all matters. And as a global operator who works hand in hand with our partners and suppliers, we have the ability to influence every step in the value chain towards a more sustainable approach. But operating in the logistics sector does, undeniably, pose challenges in terms of sustainability, not least when it comes to transport emissions

Stakeholder dialogue

Orio’s sustainability work is all based on our materiality analysis. The analysis has been produced in collaboration with our stakeholders and has given us both knowledge and an understanding of the areas in which our influence potential is greatest. Our identification of these areas, and our systematic and long-term approach, enable us to protect both our reputation and our brand.

The UN’s global sustainability goals

We structure and report our sustainability work in line with the UN’s global sustainable development goals. We have identified 5 of the 17 global sustainable development goals as being of relevance to our operations and as areas with which we can work:

  • good health and well-being
  • gender equality
  • decent work and economic growth
  • responsible consumption and production
  • climate action

Click here to see our Code of Conduct.

Certifications

Orio’s Swedish operations are certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.

The independent sustainability analysis company, EcoVadis, has assessed Orio’s sustainability work and awarded it a silver rating. This means that Orio is in the top 25% of the 75,000 companies reviewed globally in 2021. EcoVadis’ method is based on international CSR standards, such as the Global Reporting Initiative, the UN’s Global Company, and ISO 26000.

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