Europcar Mobility Group receives for the first time a gold rating from EcoVadis, in recognition of the Group's efforts, particularly in terms of environmental responsibility
With a score of 70/100, the Group registers a 6 points improvement of its previous rating and for the very first time, the Group receives the Gold certificate.
As part of this overall rating, the performance of the Group in terms of environmental responsibility reached an excellent level, with a 80/100 rating.
With this, the Group is thus joining the small group of companies achieving this score level (5% among the 75,000 rated companies worldwide by
In the "renting and leasing of motor vehicles" sector (203 evaluated companies),
“We are very delighted to have received this very positive rating from
"The pandemic and related business impacts have shown that sustainability has redoubled in importance as a key performance criteria in building business relationships, particularly in hard hit sectors such as transportation and mobility" offered
The Gold recognition level confirms the robustness of Europcar Mobility Group’s corporate social responsibility strategy – “Commit Together”, initiated in 2017. This programme is in line with the Group's purpose: to offer attractive alternative solutions to vehicle ownership, in a responsible and sustainable manner and supports its “Connect” transformation plan, which aims at positioning the Group as a major player of the sustainable, digital and connected mobility in the years to come.
Among the flagship ENVIRONMENTAL initiatives that have been valued by
The endorsement of national and international initiatives such as the
UN Global Compact, the French Business Climate Pledge (MEDEF) and Science-Based Targets
- The existence of standard policies on a majority of environmental and climate issues
- The Group’s continuous efforts to offer to its customers a “CO2 light” fleet equipped with the latest and cleanest motorizations provided by manufacturers1, and to gradually increase the share of electric, hybrid and natural gas (NGV) vehicles in its fleet in the coming years, with a target to reach more than 1/3 of its total fleet in 2023 (as part of its “One Sustainable Fleet” programme).
- Its efforts to offer B2B and B2C customers "CO2 emissions monitoring" transport options to track their emissions from the use of rental vehicles.
- The measures to reduce the direct impacts of its activities: responsible management of resources (water, energy…), with 8 country subsidiaries certified ISO 14001 and 3 head offices supplied with electricity from renewable sources.
Customers’ satisfaction is at the heart of the Group’s mission and all of its employees and this commitment fuels the continuous development of new services.
Further details on our website: www.europcar-mobility-group.com
1 average vehicle renewal cycle: 9,7 months, average CO2 emission level: 125g / km (2019 data – Universal Registration Document)