Rapport annuel 32 FM Logistic 2021/22
Our customers want practical solutions that help them reduce their environmental impact. Regulations are also moving in the same direction and low emission zones are becoming increasingly common in our cities. In Octo- ber 2022, the European CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) will introduce new non-financial reporting obligations for all companies. FM Logistic
is responding to these trends by continuing the rollout of the strategy it adop- ted in 2018. Here are just three of the initiatives already underway. We are
pressing ahead with the green hydrogen production projects that will help reduce our direct greenhouse gas emissions, at the same time as promoting
local economic development. We have also worked closely with Hublex to begin the commercialisation of the Ergoskel exoskeleton. Initially designed to help our own order preparation teams, we are now making its benefits available to other companies. Lastly, we are extending our expertise in bulk logistics to consumer
products. Working closely with retailers and brands, we are exploring the condi- tions for creating a circular economy. We can say that we are setting in motion an entire ecosystem.
CHARLOTTE MIGNE Sustainable
SUSTAINABILITY. Well-being at work, lower emissions and responsible consumption are now primary concerns. FM Logistic is working closely with its partners to deliver innovative responses to these demands.