Decabornising supply chains at speed and scale

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Obliged by our purpose to uncomplicate the world

As a global freight forwarder, we are part of the transport and logistics sector which accounts for a significant share of global GHG emissions that contribute to climate change.

Therefore, we see it as our shared responsibility to find sustainable solutions to limit global warming. 

Accelerating our climate strategy
Our commitment to making the world a little less complicated guides our actions and efforts to help reduce our own and our customers' CO2 emissions.

In 2021, we accelerated our climate decarbonisation strategy, including submitting a 10-year emissions reduction target to the Science Based Target initiative. 

In doing so, we became the first freight forwarder in Denmark to commit to the ambitious 1.5˚C target.

Decarbonising supply chains at speed and scale is a joint effort

Accelerating our ESG performance
Part of our climate sustainability actions is accelerating our own ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) performance - the better we perform on our ESG priorities, the more sustainable you and we as a company become.

Let's change logistics together. 


Science-based strategy

Commitments and targets

In 2020, we joined the Science Based Targets initiative, committing to an ambition aligned with limiting global warming to 1.5˚C.

In 2021, we joined the Exponential Roadmap initiative and the subgroup ‘1.5˚C Supply Chain Leaders’ reinforcing our commitment to halving emissions every decade reaching net-zero in 2050. 

Good reads:

Our commitments to limiting global warming to 1.5˚C

Halving our CO2 emissions across all Scopes (1, 2 and 3) by 2030

Continue to half our emissions every decade until 2050 

Committed to reaching net-zero in 2050

Action requires tangible sustainable solutions: we've got them

Ready to actively reduce your C02 emissions? Let us help you decarbonise your supply chain. From analysing where your efforts matter the most to taking concrete action.

Our support of the UN Global Compact and SDGs

Since 2015, we have been a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, supporting the Compact’s ten principles and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

To ensure our applied efforts have the most impact, we aim to realise two UN Sustainable Development Goals –  SDG 13 ‘Climate action’ and SDG 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’.

Partnerships are crucial to unlocking CO2 reductions across our value chain. In line with this, we enter into partnerships with like-minded companies willing to work together towards net-zero logistics solutions.

Sustainability Report 2021

Every year, we report on our sustainability performance and progress in line with international standards and disclosure frameworks for sustainability reporting: 

Sustainability Report
Sustainability Report 2021
Sustainability Report 2020

ESG DATA, SGL Group 2021
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) 
Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)
TCFD Disclosure

ESG DATA, SGL Group 2020
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) 
Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB)

You cannot save the world by yourself. However, partnering with others can make a world of difference. We work with ESG as a strategic element to help reduce our own and our customers' CO2 reductions.

Martin Andersen, Global Head of Sustainability | ESG & Quality

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