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Sustainable mobility

Evaluating Alstom’s Sustainability & CSR policy

Passengers inside X’Trapolis Civia - Chile. | Copyright/Ownership : Alstom/ F. Brzovic-Pérez

As the mobility transition transforms modes of transport and highlights social and environmental challenges to tackle, Alstom and its key stakeholders have ever higher expectations for Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility.

  • Employees
    want to work for a company committed to protecting the planet and creating a safe working environment.
  • Customers
    want to collaborate with partners who actively integrate CSR and Sustainability into their processes, products and services. As such, they increasingly include specific criteria in tenders.
  • Public authorities
    are looking for service providers whose active commitment to CSR and Sustainability means they respect local, national and international regulations.
  • Shareholders and potential investors
    want to be reassured that they have also made a profitable and sustainable long-term choice.

Given just how high the stakes are for everyone involved, in 2016, Alstom decided to assess its Sustainability and CSR performance with a materiality assessment. Based on internal and external interviews conducted by a consultant, Alstom identified the most relevant and pressing challenges for its business and stakeholders.

The aim is to adjust the Group’s strategy to focus on the most important challenges and take into account the evolving scope of its activities, as transparently as possible.

Read the full results:

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