GVS has joined the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest voluntary initiative for business sustainability.
The commitment to environmental, social, and economic sustainability shown by GVS Group has been consolidated over the years. The founding values of the Group, set out in the Code of Ethics, are the premise to integrate the ten universal principles, which the United Nations initiative is based on, into strategy, culture, and modus operandi.
"Innovate to promote Safety and Well-being, bring innovation to health, use science, and making innovation to bring the energy of mobility to the future are our commitments to sustainable industrial innovation and good health as a universal right. In addition, to contribute to the United Nations Climate Action, we aim to be Carbon Neutral by 2040. We also believe that improving the awareness of Wellbeing, Health, and Safety at the workplace, making it as inclusive as possible, is part of our commitment to giving value to People." Massimo Scagliarini, CEO GVS Group
GVS, therefore, believes it can offer a contribution to the Global Compact’s mission to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals dictated by the 2030 UN Sustainable Development Agenda. In particular, GVS identified five of the seventeen objectives as part of its business development strategy: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure (SDG9); Responsible Consumption and Production (SDG12); Climate Change (SDG13); Health and Well-being (SDG3); Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG8).