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XPO es uno de los diez principales proveedores mundiales de transporte y logística, con una red integrada de personas, tecnología y activos físicos.

Cultura orientada al servicio

A través de nuestra red ayudamos a nuestros clientes a gestionar sus mercancías de forma más eficiente en toda su cadena de suministro. Lo más importante en nuestra propuesta de valor es la cultura de servicio al cliente que comparte nuestro equipo en todo el mundo. Nuestros empleados se centran en buscar nuevas maneras de ayudar a nuestros clientes a triunfar, a la vez que mejoran sus procedimientos.

 

Las relaciones con los clientes son la razón de ser de nuestro negocio. Sin embargo, no olvidamos que también tenemos obligaciones con otras muchas partes interesadas: inversores, empleados, transportistas, socios comerciales, comunidades locales y la sociedad en su conjunto. Cuando decimos que nos importan los resultados, estamos preguntando a cada uno de los grupos de interés sobre que les importa a ellos.

Directivos
Board of Directors

Brad Jacobs

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Brad Jacobs

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Brad Jacobs has started five companies from scratch and led each of them to become a billion dollar or multi-billion dollar enterprise. These include XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO) and two other publicly traded companies: United Rentals (NYSE: URI) and United Waste Systems. XPO Logistics and United Rentals were among the 20 best-performing stocks of the decade. Prior to starting XPO in 2011, Mr. Jacobs founded United Rentals in 1997 and led the company for 10 years as chairman, including six years as chief executive officer. He founded United Waste Systems in 1989 and served eight years as chairman and chief executive officer.

Josephine Berisha

Chief Human Resources Officer

Josephine Berisha

Chief Human Resources Officer

Josephine Berisha leads the company’s human resources organization. She previously served for three years as XPO’s senior vice president, compensation and benefits. Ms. Berisha has more than two decades of senior experience with global companies, where she led the development of human resources policy and implemented technology to enhance data collection, analysis and reporting. Prior to XPO, she served in senior positions with Morgan Stanley, including head of compensation for over 55,000 employees in 43 countries. She holds a master’s degree in organizational psychology from Columbia University, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from New York University.

Tony Brooks

President, Less-Than-Truckload – North America

Tony Brooks

President, Less-Than-Truckload – North America

Tony Brooks is responsible for leading XPO's less-than-truckload business unit in North America. Mr. Brooks is a 30-year career transportation and logistics executive who has run three of the largest truck fleets in North America. He joined XPO from Sysco, where he was responsible for North American field operations. Prior to Sysco, he was responsible for logistics, delivery, warehousing and fleet management for Dean Foods, following more than a decade in national operations with Sears. Earlier, for PepsiCo/Frito-Lay, he held executive responsibility for regional transportation, fleet, warehousing and inventory management. Mr. Brooks holds a master’s degree in business administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

Erik Caldwell

President, Last Mile – North America

Erik Caldwell

President, Last Mile – North America

Erik Caldwell has responsibility for XPO’s last mile operations in North America. Mr. Caldwell has more than 15 years of leadership experience with complex supply chain operations in the consumer and industrial sectors. He joined XPO from Hudson's Bay Company, initially serving as chief operating officer for XPO’s supply chain business unit in the Americas and Asia Pacific. His roles prior to XPO include senior vice president, supply chain and digital operations for Hudson’s Bay Company, senior vice president of global Rx operations for Luxottica, and director of retail solutions for DHL, where he also served as regional director of DHL’s last mile operations. Additionally, Mr. Caldwell consulted on global operations for McKinsey & Company. He holds a master of engineering degree in supply chain management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Richard Cawston

Director General de Supply Chain – Europe

Richard Cawston

Director General de Supply Chain – Europe

Richard Cawston dirige el negocio de Supply Chain de XPO Logistics en Europa. Anteriormente ostentó el cargo de director general de operaciones de Supply Chain de XPO en el Reino Unido e Irlanda. El Sr. Cawston se incorporó a XPO en 2015 tras la adquisición de Norbert Dentressangle, donde ejerció primero como director de unidad de negocio y después como director nacional. Anteriormente fue director general de la empresa de transporte Christian Salvesen, que ahora forma parte de XPO, y director de operaciones de la cadena de supermercados Asda.

Troy Cooper

President

Troy Cooper

President

Troy Cooper is president of XPO and serves on the company’s European supervisory board. Prior to his current position, Mr. Cooper held several key roles on XPO’s executive team, including chief executive of XPO Logistics Europe, chief operating officer of the company’s global operations, head of the transportation segment and vice president of finance. Previously, he held senior management roles in finance with two public companies, United Rentals, Inc. and United Waste Systems, Inc., where he worked with Mr. Jacobs to build leading North American networks for equipment rental and solid waste management, respectively. Mr. Cooper began his career working in public accounting with Arthur Andersen and Co. He holds a degree in accounting from Marietta College.

Matthew Fassler

Chief Strategy Officer

Matthew Fassler

Chief Strategy Officer

Matthew Fassler is responsible for the company's strategy, capital structure and analysis of growth opportunities. Prior to XPO, during 26 years with Goldman Sachs, he covered many of the world’s most prominent brands, including Walmart, Target, Costco, Home Depot, Best Buy and AutoZone. Additionally, he served as a Goldman Sachs managing director and business unit leader for more than 10 years, with responsibility for the broader consumer sector. Mr. Fassler has been recognized 16 times in Institutional Investor’s annual ranking of its All-America Research Team. He holds a degree in history from Yale University.

Luis Ángel Gómez Izaguirre

Managing Director, Transport – Europa

Luis Ángel Gómez Izaguirre

Managing Director, Transport – Europa

Luis Ángel Gómez Izaguirre dirige las operaciones del negocio de transporte de XPO Logistics en Europa y forma parte del comité ejecutivo. Anteriormente desempeñó un cargo similar en Norbert Dentressangle SA, empresa a la que se incorporó en 2007 y de cuyo comité ejecutivo formó parte. El Sr. Gómez Izaguirre tiene más de 20 años de experiencia en transporte y gestión de transportistas. Tiene una doble titulación en gestión de empresas y finanzas.

Maryclaire Hammond

Senior Vice President, Human Resources – Supply Chain Logistics Americas and Asia Pacific

Maryclaire Hammond

Senior Vice President, Human Resources – Supply Chain Logistics Americas and Asia Pacific

Maryclaire leads the company’s human resources organization for its supply chain logistics segment in the Americas and Asia Pacific, and oversees the employment culture of over 22,000 employees. She joined XPO with more than 20 years of human resources experience with Fortune 100 companies, including BP, where she served as human resources director for BP Fuels, North America. Earlier, she was vice president of human resources for Honeywell Turbo Technologies in Switzerland. Maryclaire holds an MBA in business from the University of Portsmouth, a master’s degree in foreign languages and literature from Washington State University and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and history from Hillsdale College in Michigan.

Mario Harik

Chief Information Officer

Mario Harik

Chief Information Officer

Mario Harik is responsible for the design and implementation of XPO’s technology infrastructure for the company’s global operations. He has built comprehensive IT organizations, overseen the implementation of extensive proprietary platforms, and consulted to Fortune 100 companies. Prior to XPO, Mr. Harik’s positions included chief information officer and senior vice president of research and development with Oakleaf Waste Management, chief technology officer with Tallan, Inc., co-founder of G3 Analyst, where he was chief architect of web and voice applications, and architect and consultant with Adea Solutions. He holds a master’s degree in engineering, information technology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a degree in engineering, computer and communications from the American University of Beirut in Lebanon.

Tavio Headley

Vice President, ​Investor Relations

Tavio Headley

Vice President, ​Investor Relations

Tavio Headley is responsible for managing communications between the company, its investors and the financial community. Prior to joining XPO, Mr. Headley was a senior equity research associate with Jefferies LLC, covering the air freight logistics, rail and trucking sectors. Previously, he was an economist with American Trucking Associations (ATA), where he was involved in the collection, analysis and dissemination of trucking industry data. Mr. Headley holds a master's degree in economics from the University of Maryland at College Park, and a bachelor's degree in economics from Morehouse College.

LaQuenta Jacobs

Chief Diversity Officer

LaQuenta Jacobs

Chief Diversity Officer

LaQuenta Jacobs provides leadership and advocacy for diversity, equity and inclusion in the cultural development of XPO’s workplace. She initially joined the company as head of human resources for the last mile business unit. Ms. Jacobs has more than two decades of experience leading organizational development initiatives for global public companies, and has championed inclusivity in senior HR roles with Delta Air Lines, Inc., The Home Depot, Inc., Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc. and Georgia-Pacific Corporation, among others. She holds a degree in psychology from Clark Atlanta University.

Bertrand Le Goff

Senior Vice President, Finance – Europe

Bertrand Le Goff

Senior Vice President, Finance – Europe

Bertrand Le Goff leads XPO’s finance organization in Europe. Earlier, he served in executive positions with XPO’s supply chain division, including managing director in France and head of finance in Europe, after joining the company upon the acquisition of Norbert Dentressangle. Mr. Le Goff’s career includes two decades of senior positions with multinational companies, including chief financial officer of the European supply chain business with Norbert Dentressangle, global chief financial officer of the 4PL business with Geodis, and roles in operational excellence with Air France and senior consulting with McKinsey & Co. He holds an engineering degree from École Polytechnique and a master of business administration degree from the École des Ponts School of International Management.

John Mitchell

Divisional Chief Information Officer, Supply Chain Logistics – Americas and Asia Pacific

John Mitchell

Divisional Chief Information Officer, Supply Chain Logistics – Americas and Asia Pacific

John Mitchell is responsible for the technology services that support XPO's supply chain business unit in the Americas and Asia Pacific. He joined XPO upon the company’s acquisition of New Breed Logistics, where he served as senior vice president of information technology. Prior to New Breed, Mr. Mitchell was chief information officer with The Pep Boys, and earlier spent nine years with Lowe's Companies, Inc., where he was instrumental in managing the information technology infrastructure and IT merchandising for the Lowe’s retail store network in North America. He holds a degree in computer information systems from the University of Charleston in West Virginia.

Eduardo Pelleissone

President, Supply Chain Logistics – Americas and Asia Pacific

Eduardo Pelleissone

President, Supply Chain Logistics – Americas and Asia Pacific

Eduardo Pelleissone leads XPO’s logistics operations in the Americas and Asia Pacific. He initially joined XPO as chief transformation officer, with responsibility for the company’s business transformation initiatives. Prior to XPO, Mr. Pelleissone served as executive vice president of global operations and chief operating officer for Kraft Heinz. Earlier, during a 14-year tenure with rail logistics leader America Latina Logistica SA, he held roles as chief executive officer, chief operating officer and commercial vice president of the agriculture division. Mr. Pelleissone holds a master’s degree in logistics operations and services from COPPEAD Graduate School of Business in Brazil, and has completed the executive program of the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Lance Robinson

Chief Accounting Officer

Lance Robinson

Chief Accounting Officer

Lance Robinson is responsible for the financial strategy, risk management, external reporting and control systems of the company’s global accounting operations. Prior to XPO, during 13 years with General Electric, he was global controller for mergers and acquisitions with GE, chief accounting officer with NBC Universal, and served on the Business Development Council and the Controllership Leadership Council. Earlier, he was a senior manager in the transaction advisory services group of Arthur Andersen. Mr. Robinson holds a bachelor of commerce degree from Natal University, South Africa, and a master’s degree in business administration from the Stern School of Business at New York University. He is a certified public accountant (USA), a chartered accountant (RSA) and a chartered global management accountant (AICPA).

Ravi Tulsyan

Senior Vice President and Treasurer

Ravi Tulsyan

Senior Vice President and Treasurer

Ravi Tulsyan is responsible for the treasury activities of XPO’s global organization, including capital structure, financial risk management, liquidity management, financial planning and analysis, and oversight of insurance and pension activities. Prior to XPO, Mr. Tulsyan was treasurer of ADT Corporation. His earlier roles included vice president of global capital markets and head of corporate financial planning and analysis with Tyco International, senior treasury manager with PepsiCo, and manager of derivatives strategy and trading with Xerox Corporation. He holds a master’s degree in finance from the University of Rochester, a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Ohio State University, and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology at Madras.

Drew Wilkerson

President, Transportation – North America

Drew Wilkerson

President, Transportation – North America

Drew Wilkerson leads XPO’s transportation group in North America, with executive oversight of the company’s truck brokerage, intermodal, last mile, expedite, managed transportation and freight forwarding operations. Mr. Wilkerson is an industry veteran with extensive transportation experience. Prior to his current role, he served as XPO’s president of brokerage operations in North America after initially joining the company to lead the growth of its flagship brokerage hubs. Earlier, with C.H. Robinson Worldwide, he held leadership positions in strategic sales, carrier relationships, customer relationships and operations. Mr. Wilkerson holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations from the University of South Carolina.

Malcolm Wilson

Director ejecutivo – Europa

Malcolm Wilson

Director ejecutivo – Europa

Malcolm Wilson dirige el negocio de XPO en Europa y forma parte del comité ejecutivo. El Sr. Wilson tiene más de 20 años de experiencia en cargos directivos del sector de la cadena de suministro. Recientemente ha ejercido la máxima responsabilidad sobre la cuenta de resultados de las operaciones logísticas de XPO a nivel internacional, con cerca de 30.000 empleados de 15 países. Anteriormente trabajó durante ocho años en Norbert Dentressangle, empresa adquirida por XPO, donde convirtió el negocio de la logística en la unidad con mayores ingresos de la empresa. El Sr. Wilson ha ejercido como miembro del comité ejecutivo de Norbert Dentressangle y tiene experiencia en gestión empresarial, finanzas y logística.

David Wyshner

Chief Financial Officer

David Wyshner

Chief Financial Officer

David Wyshner leads XPO’s global finance organization. His career includes 13 years as CFO of multi-billion-dollar public companies, where he oversaw major asset sales, spin-offs and acquisitions. Prior to XPO, he served as CFO of  Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, Inc., a spin-off of Wyndham Worldwide Corporation. As CFO of Wyndham Worldwide, Mr. Wyshner led the company’s separation into one privately acquired business and two public companies, and spearheaded the acquisition of La Quinta Holdings. Earlier, he was president and CFO of Avis Budget Group, where he managed the global finance functions and led acquisition activities. Mr. Wyshner holds a master’s degree in finance and accounting from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics from Yale University.

Brad Jacobs

Chairman

Brad Jacobs

Chairman

Brad Jacobs has started five companies from scratch and led each of them to become a billion dollar or multi-billion dollar enterprise. These include XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO) and two other publicly traded companies: United Rentals (NYSE: URI) and United Waste Systems. XPO Logistics and United Rentals were among the 20 best-performing stocks of the decade. Prior to starting XPO in 2011, Mr. Jacobs founded United Rentals in 1997 and led the company for 10 years as chairman, including six years as chief executive officer. He founded United Waste Systems in 1989 and served eight years as chairman and chief executive officer.

AnnaMaria DeSalva

Vice Chairman

AnnaMaria DeSalva

Vice Chairman

AnnaMaria DeSalva is chairman and chief executive officer of Hill+Knowlton Strategies. She previously served as senior advisor to the chief executive of DowDuPont, and as DuPont’s chief communications officer. Prior to DuPont, Ms. DeSalva was head of corporate affairs for biopharmaceutical innovation at Pfizer, an advisor to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and head of the global healthcare practice of Hill & Knowlton. Earlier, at Bristol-Myers Squibb, she led global public affairs for the oncology business and served as director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation. Ms. DeSalva is a member of the board of governors of Argonne National Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy and serves on the compensation and nominating committees. Additionally, she serves on the boards of the non-profit Project Sunshine and the William & Mary Alumni Association, and is a member of the Economic Club of New York. Ms. DeSalva graduated from The College of William & Mary in Virginia. She has completed the Harvard School of Public Health’s executive education program in risk communication, and the Advanced Health Leadership Program jointly offered by the University of California, Berkeley and Pompeu University in Spain.

Gena Ashe

Director

Gena Ashe

Director

Gena Ashe is general counsel and corporate secretary with Anterix Inc., following positions as chief legal officer and corporate secretary with Adtalem Global Education Inc. Previously, she held senior legal roles with The Brickman Group, Ltd. (now BrightView Landscapes, LLC), Catalina Marketing Corporation, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Darden Restaurants, Inc., Lucent Technologies, Inc. and AT&T. Earlier, Ms. Ashe was an electrical engineer with IBM Corporation before joining IBM’s legal team. She holds a juris doctorate degree from Georgetown University, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and physics from Spelman College. Ms. Ashe is a graduate of the executive development program of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and holds a certificate in international management from Oxford University in England. 

Marlene Colucci

Director

Marlene Colucci

Director

Marlene Colucci has served as the executive director of The Business Council in Washington, D.C. since 2013. She previously was executive vice president of public policy for the American Hotel & Lodging Association for eight years, where she provided guidance on regulatory matters. From 2003 to 2005, she served as special assistant to President George W. Bush in the Office of Domestic Policy, where she developed labor and transportation policies and advised the president and his staff on related matters. Earlier, Ms. Colucci served as deputy assistant secretary with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs. Her law career includes more than 12 years with the firm of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, where she served as senior counsel. She holds a juris doctor degree from the Georgetown University Law Center.

Michael Jesselson

Lead Independent Director

Michael Jesselson

Lead Independent Director

Michael Jesselson is the president of Jesselson Capital Corporation. Additionally, he serves as a director of C-III Capital Partners LLC and other private companies, as well as several philanthropic organizations. Mr. Jesselson was a longstanding director of American Eagle Outfitters, Inc., where he served as lead independent director.

Adrian Kingshott

Director

Adrian Kingshott

Director

Adrian Kingshott is the chief executive officer of AdSon LLC, managing director of Spotlight Advisors, LLC, and a member of the board of directors of Centre Lane Investment Corp. Additionally, he is an adjunct professor of Global Capital Markets and Investments at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business. Mr. Kingshott was previously with Goldman Sachs, where he served as co-head of the firm's Leveraged Finance business, among other positions. More recently, he was senior advisor to Headwaters Merchant Bank, and a managing director of Amaranth Advisors, LLC. He holds a master‘s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School and a master’s degree in jurisprudence from Oxford University.

Jason Papastavrou

Director

Jason Papastavrou

Director

Jason Papastavrou, Ph.D., is the founder and chief investment officer of ARIS Capital Management, LLC, and is the co-founder of Empiric Asset Management, LLC. Previously, Dr. Papastavrou was the founder and managing director of the Fund of Hedge Funds Strategies Group of Banc of America Capital Management (BACAP), president of BACAP Alternative Advisors, and a senior portfolio manager with Deutsche Asset Management. He was a tenured professor at Purdue University School of Industrial Engineering and holds a doctorate in electrical engineering and computer science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Oren Shaffer

Director

Oren Shaffer

Director

Oren Shaffer was most recently vice chairman and chief financial officer of Qwest Communications International, Inc. (now CenturyLink, Inc.). Previously, Mr. Shaffer was president and chief operating officer of Sorrento Networks, Inc., and executive vice president and chief financial officer of Ameritech Corporation. He also held executive positions with Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, and served on Goodyear’s board of directors. Mr. Shaffer was a longstanding member of the board of directors of Terex Corporation and served on the supervisory board of Terex Material Handling and Port Solutions. He held earlier board positions with Belgacom S.A., Demag Cranes AG and Intermec, Inc. Mr. Shaffer holds a master’s degree in management from the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a degree in finance and business administration from the University of California, Berkeley.

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XPO safety

Seguridad

La cultura de seguridad de XPO pone por delante el bienestar de nuestros compañeros y nuestros clientes. Uno de nuestros principales objetivos es conseguir que no haya lesiones ni accidentes laborales. Utilizamos la formación y la tecnología para mejorar continuamente nuestro ecosistema de seguridad, y contamos con profesionales a cargo de la seguridad de XPO en los países de nuestra red.

 

Nuestro compromiso con las prácticas seguras se evidencia en nuestra iniciativa global «Road to Zero» y en las estrictas medidas de conformidad con las que realizamos nuestras operaciones. Además, nuestro equipo de seguridad está disponible para ayudar a los clientes con programas que pueden reducir daños en la mercancía, mejorar la protección y reforzar la seguridad de los trabajadores.

XPO employees standing in front of sign

Diversidad e inclusión

En XPO nos enorgullecemos de tener una cultura que acoge a mujeres, personas de color, miembros del colectivo LGBT y personas con capacidades diferentes. Así creamos lugares de trabajo respetuosos, con gran diversidad de talentos y perspectivas. Además, estamos avanzando hacia la igualdad de género a través de iniciativas progresivas en los centros de trabajo y la contratación de mujeres en todos los puestos y con promociones internas. Nuestras directivas y gerentes son ejemplos en nuestra organización.

 

«En general, las mujeres han estado subrepresentadas en nuestro sector. Es por ello por lo que sentimos orgullo al comunicar el progreso que hemos realizado al conseguir aumentar el número de mujeres en plantilla y reducir la diferencia salarial de género. Acogemos con beneplácito las iniciativas del gobierno en esta área tan importante de las políticas públicas».

 

Creemos que es fundamental que nuestra empresa refleje la composición diversa de los clientes y las comunidades a los que servimos. Nuestro hincapié en la diversidad se evidencia en nuestros Valores y en nuestro Código de Conducta Ética, que definen específicamente a XPO como una empresa respetuosa y no discriminatoria. Sin embargo, nuestro compromiso no se limita simplemente a decir lo correcto. Hacemos lo correcto. Los resultados siempre nos importarán, y nos importan más cuando se derivan de un comportamiento justo, respetuoso, legítimo y honesto.

 

Más allá de las operaciones, nuestra empresa es un firme defensor de la diversidad de proveedores. Ofrecemos oportunidades de contratación y suministro a empresas que son propiedad de mujeres, minorías, veteranos de guerra y miembros de la comunidad LGBT, así como a empresas que son propiedad de personas con capacidades diferentes o que les sirven de apoyo.

XPO fundó Log’ins en 2011, en colaboración con Ares, una organización que apoya la inclusión social en Francia. Log’ins es una plataforma de empleo para personas con capacidades diferentes que les ayuda a conseguir una incorporación progresiva al mundo laboral. Basándose en la experiencia de XPO, el programa ofrece a los participantes formación para puestos relacionados con la logística, como el uso de carretillas elevadoras y la preparación de pedidos, y les proporciona habilidades que les ayudarán a adaptarse a un entorno laboral tradicional. Ares proporciona a los participantes apoyo social individualizado para ayudarles a encontrar alojamiento y asistencia financiera. Nos enorgullece impulsar la inclusión a través de Log’ins y ofrecer empleo en nuestros almacenes.

XPO employee scanning

Sostenibilidad

Nuestra definición de responsabilidad social corporativa incluye los aspectos económico, medioambiental y social de XPO como un negocio sostenible. Abarca los cientos de miles de personas con las que nos relacionamos: empleados, clientes, inversores, los proveedores y las comunidades en las que operamos. Cuando lanzamos iniciativas que transforman las cadenas de suministro para mejorarlas, también reforzamos a XPO como una marca responsable.

 

Como parte de nuestro compromiso, gestionamos nuestro negocio de una manera que demuestra una gran consideración por el medio ambiente. Nuestro enfoque consiste en la mejora continua basada en la innovación.

 

Fomentamos la sostenibilidad del medio ambiente en nuestras operaciones por dos razones. Por un lado, es un buen negocio y también es lo correcto. Por otro, es importante para muchas de las partes interesadas que participemos en la transición hacia una economía de bajas emisiones de carbono. Colaboramos con los clientes para crear planes de acción destinados a reducir las emisiones relacionadas con sus cadenas de suministro mediante la optimización de rutas, la consolidación de la carga y la automatización de procesos.

 

  • No toleramos ninguna conducta que conduzca a, o fomente, el tráfico de seres humanos, el trabajo infantil, trabajos forzosos y obligatorios ni ninguna otra vulneración de los derechos humanos.
  • Cumplimos todas las normas fiscales reglamentarias.
  • En general, las mujeres han estado subrepresentadas en nuestro sector. Es por ello por lo que sentimos orgullo al comunicar el progreso que hemos realizado al conseguir aumentar el número de mujeres en plantilla y reducir la diferencia salarial de género. Acogemos con beneplácito las iniciativas del gobierno en esta área tan importante de las políticas públicas.

 

Ver nuestros informes sobre sostenibilidad y responsabilidad social corporativa

 

Altos estándares de normas de conducta

No toleramos ninguna conducta que conduzca a, o fomente, el tráfico de seres humanos, el trabajo infantil, trabajos forzosos y obligatorios ni ninguna otra vulneración de los derechos humanos.

Cumplimos todas las normas fiscales reglamentarias.