Sustainability Report 2017

GRI Index

 

This 2017 Sustainability Report is GRI referenced. In this table you will find references to specific sections in all 2017 Kuehne + Nagel reports, with the corresponding links. This report has not been externally assured. However, we are committed to continuously improving our sustainability reporting.

General Standard Disclosures

   
Profile Disclosure Description Reference
Organisational Profile
   
GRI 102–1 Name of the organisation Consolidated Financial Statements 2017;Report, Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements
(page 45)
GRI 102–2 Activities, brands, products, and services Business Units
GRI 102–3 Location of headquarters Consolidated Financial Statements 2017 Report, Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements
(page 45)
GRI 102–4 Location of operations Locations
GRI 102–5 Ownership and legal form Annual Report 2017
(page 13,14)
GRI 102–6 Markets served Locations
Your Industry
GRI 102–7 Scale of the organisation 2017 in Focus
Consolidated Financial Statements Report
(page 18,19,33)
Status Report 2017
GRI 102–8 Information on employees and other workers Sustainability Report 2017, Society
GRI 102–9 Supply chain Sustainability Report 2017, Supply Chain Management
GRI 102–10 Significant changes to the organisation and its supply chain There have been no significant changes regarding size, structure, ownership, or supply chain during 2017
GRI 102–11 Precautionary Principle or approach Annual Report 2017
(page 94)
GRI 102–12 External initiatives Sustainability Report 2017, Engaging with Stakeholders
GRI 102–13 Membership of associations Sustainability Report 2017, Engaging with Stakeholders
Strategy
   
     
GRI 102–14 CEO’s Statement Sustainability Report 2017, Welcome Message
Ethics and Integrity
   
     
GRI 102–16 Values, principles, standards, and norms of behaviour Sustainability Report 2017
Ethics and Compliance
Code of Conduct
Governance
   
     
GRI 102–18 Governance structure Corporate Governance Report
Stakeholder Engagement
   
     
GRI 102–30 Effectiveness of risk management processes Annual Report 2017
(page 9, 10)
GRI 102–40 List of stakeholder groups Sustainability Report 2017, Engaging with Stakeholders
GRI 102–41 Collective bargaining agreements Sustainability Report 2017, Society
GRI 102–42 Identifying and selecting stakeholders Sustainability Report 2017, Engaging with Stakeholders
GRI 102–43 Approach to stakeholder engagement Sustainability Report 2017, Engaging with Stakeholders
GRI 102–44 Key topics and concerns raised Sustainability Report 2017, Engaging with Stakeholders
Reporting practice
   
     
GRI 102–45 Entities included in the consolidated financial statements Annual Report 2017
Listed Companies of the Group
(page 103)
GRI 102–46 Defining report content and topic Boundaries The process for defining the report content was done in three stages. The first one was an internal assessment of the information available along with the corresponding sources. The second phase was the preparation of the data platform and collection of data. The last phase was the elaboration of the report, followed by a diligent internal review and approval process.
GRI 102–47 List of material topics Sustainability Report 2017, Engaging with Stakeholders
Sustainability Report 2017, Materiality Matrix
Sustainability Report 2017, Ethics and Compliance
GRI 102–48 Restatements of information No restatements.
GRI 102–49 Changes in reporting There are no changes.
GRI 102–50 Reporting period The information provided is for the reporting period 1 January to 31 December 2017
GRI 102–51 Date of most recent report October 2017
Report Profile
   
     
GRI 102–52 Reporting cycle Annually reported.
GRI 102–53 Contact Point for questions regarding the report Juerg Meier
(juerg.meier@kuehne-nagel.com),
Edgar Uribe
(edgar.uribe@kuehne-nagel.com),
Danica Dimitrijevic
(danica.dimitrijevic@kuehne-nagel.com)
Kuehne + Nagel Management AG
Dorfstrasse 50, PO Box 67, CH-58834 Schindellegi
GRI 102–54 Claims of reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards GRI-referenced
GRI 102–55 GRI content Index This report is GRI Standards referenced
GRI 102–56 External assurance There has been no external assurance for this report.

 
 
 
 
 
Specific Standard Disclosures

   
Profile Disclosure Description Reference

Economic

   
Economic Performance
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach 2017 in Focus
GRI 201–1 Direct economic value generated and distributed Consolidated Financial Statements 2017 Report
(page 37)
Remuneration Report 2017
Anti-Corruption
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Ethics and Compliance
GRI 205–2 Communication and training on anti-corruption policies and procedures Sustainability Report 2017, Ethics and Compliance
Anti-competitive Behavior
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Ethics and Compliance
GRI 206–1 Legal actions for anti-com-petitive behaviour, anti-trust, and monopoly practices Annual Report 2017,
Provisions note 1
(page 89)

Environmental

   
Energy
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 302–1 Energy consumption within the organisation Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 302–3 Energy intensity Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
Water
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 303–1 Water withdrawal by source Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 303–3 Water recycled and reused Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
Emissions
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 305–1 Direct (Scope 1)
Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
Emissions
Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 305–2 Energy Indirect (Scope 2)
Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
Emissions
Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 305–4 Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
Emissions Intensity
Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
Effluents and Waste
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 306–2 Waste by type and disposal method Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 306–3 Significant spills There have been no significant spills in 2017
Environmental Compliance
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 307–1 Non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations Kuehne + Nagel does not identify fines or any other form of sanction regarding non-compliance with environmental laws and environmental regulations during 2017.
Occupational Health and Safety
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 307–1 Non-compliance with environmental laws and regulations Kuehne + Nagel does not identify fines or any other form of sanction regarding non-compliance with environmental laws and environmental regulations during 2017.
Training and Education
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
GRI 404–1 Average hours of training per year per employee Sustainability Report 2017, Environment
Diversity and Equal Opportunity
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Society
GRI 405–1 Diversity of governance bodies and Employees Corporate Governance 2017 Report
2017 in Focus
Child Labor
   
     
GRI 408–1 Operations and suppliers at significant risk for incidents of child labor Kuehne + Nagel’s Code of Conduct does not explicitly comment but refers under “employment practices” to “Kuehne + Nagel Values”, and “Core Principles”, whereas, in addition Kuehne + Nagel’s Supplier Code of Conduct explicitly covers the topic “freely chosen employment”. As a basic principle, all Kuehne + Nagel suppliers are expected to sign the Kuehne + Nagel Supplier Code of Conduct.
Forced or Compulsory Labor
   
     
GRI 409–1 Operations and suppliers at significant risk for forced or compulsory labor Kuehne + Nagel’s Code of Conduct does not explicitly comment but refers under “employment practices” to “Kuehne + Nagel Values”, and “Core Principles”, whereas, in addition Kuehne + Nagel’s Supplier Code of Conduct explicitly covers the topic “freely chosen employment”. As a basic principle, all Kuehne + Nagel suppliers are expected to sign the Kuehne + Nagel Supplier Code of Conduct.
Supplier Social Assessment
   
     
GRI 414–1 New suppliers that were screened using social criteria Kuehne + Nagel’s Code of Conduct does not explicitly comment but refers under “employment practices” to “Kuehne + Nagel Values”, and “Core Principles”, whereas, in addition Kuehne + Nagel’s Supplier Code of Conduct explicitly covers the topic “freely chosen employment”. As a basic principle, all Kuehne + Nagel suppliers are expected to sign the Kuehne + Nagel Supplier Code of Conduct.
Public Policy
   
     
GRI 415–1 Political contributions It is Kuehne + Nagel's principles to not make political contributions, whether in monetary payments or other donations in kind to political parties or their institutions, agencies or representatives anywhere in the world.
Customer Privacy
   
     
GRI 418–1 Substantiated complaints concerning breaches of customer privacy and losses of customer data Kuehne + Nagel has not received any complaints about data breaches, leaks or any other data losses for 2017. Suppliers are expected to sign the Kuehne + Nagel Supplier Code of Conduct.
Socio Economic Compliance
   
     
GRI 103 Management Approach Sustainability Report 2017, Ethics and Compliance
GRI 419–1 Non-compliance with laws and regulations in the social economic area Kuehne + Nagel does not publicly release this information.