Nelt has released its first “Distribution with care” Sustainability Report, in line with the international GRI reporting standard.
The Report uses measurable indicators to show important aspects of business and objectives that Nelt as a socially responsible company achieved over the last two years in acting responsibly to the market, employees, environment, and local community.
“The last two years have been very successful for us. With an organic, stable growth of business, we have done a lot in the field of sustainability itself. We have introduced systemic improvement of knowledge and skills of our employees through additional hours of training, we have increased efficiency through new technologies, we are using natural resources more rationally, and we continue to help local communities through our years-long CSR strategy.
To us, reporting means a continued dialogue with stakeholders, and the methodology we used is the one that enables transparency in business and comparing our results with those of other companies in this industry, both globally and locally.” Nelt’s CEO Boris Mačak said.
GRI is an international independent organization whose established methodology provides guidelines for companies, governments, and other organizations to understand and communicate the impact of business on key sustainability issues such as climate change, human rights, corruption, environmental protection, and many other. GRI sets a standard in reporting, allowing reports to be comparable.
In the context of increasing demands for transparency, more intense reporting on sustainability and corporate social responsibility has become an inevitable practice and one of the most efficient ways of communicating.
So far, twelve companies in Serbia have released sustainability reports in compliance with the GRI standard.