EcoVadis operates a web-based collaborative platform, allowing companies to assess the CSR performance of their global suppliers. The assessment framework is covering four topics: environment, labor practices, fair business practices and sustainable procurement.
By now, you’ll probably have heard about WLTP, the new official testing regime that is designed to provide much more accurate fuel consumption and emissions figures. But have you given any thought to how it will impact on your fleet?
The Corporate Vehicle Observatory just published its 14th annual fleet barometer undertaken in 12 countries across Europe. The study consisted of more than 3.000 interviews of fleet managers representing the main activity sectors as well as all fleet and company sizes (from small and medium enterprises to large corporations). The data was gathered during the first quarter of 2018 via the CATI system (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing).
In line with the growing importance of small and medium-sized enterprises in European business fabrics, the Corporate Vehicle Observatory (CVO) zoomed in on this specific segment of economic activity and in 2017 sought to listen to the voice of the various European officials in such varied areas.