Since 2017, the group has formalised its interactions with its stakeholders under the principle of industrial responsibility, broken down into 4 dimensions: commercial, managerial, environmental and financial responsibility.
It is defined as a behaviour that allows a company and its employees to be efficient while guaranteeing the protection of people, goods and the environment.
This principle of industrial responsibility brings together a set of management practices that have been firmly established in the group for many years (financial control and reporting culture, entrepreneurial autonomy, products that meet high standards) and a desire to accelerate the environmental transition of the group and its activities
In 2020, the group gathered its key managers in a seminar in Davos to accelerate the transformation of the group and its subsidiaries
Since then, all the subsidiaries have been working hand in hand to achieve the objectives set.
Providing products and services matching our clients’ highest standards
Giving entrepreneurial autonomy to our managers, developing skills and improving working environments
Providing and delivering services, being increasingly mindful of energy consumption and environmental footprint
Rigorously controlling all of our activities and invest in sustainable growth