Quick Track


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Our Commitment

As a company committed to sustainability, EV Cargo is heartened to see the growing consensus on the urgency of climate action, and we are working with stakeholders to positively contribute to the global sustainability agenda. As a signatory to the UN Global Compact, we have put sustainability at the core of the company’s strategy. This includes both running our business sustainably and making sustainability our business by providing solutions that contribute to sustainable urbanisation and combatting climate change.

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We are working with customers and partners to support the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and have incorporated nine of the goals as a supporting framework to guide our sustainability strategy. At COP26 last year, we endorsed a Global Memorandum of Understanding and committed to having 30% of new zero emissions medium and heavy-duty vehicles by 2030 and 100% by 2040 to decarbonise logistics in the road transport sector. This signing demonstrates our support for this international collaborative agreement to help facilitate net-zero carbon emissions.

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We are intently focused on becoming carbon neutral (scope 1 and scope 2) by 2030 and significantly reducing our scope 3 emissions. Achieving this goal will require us to work closely with our partners and customers to contribute to a cleaner and greener world. We are committed to building an organisation where employees are engaged and motivated to give their best. EV Cargo respects and upholds the fundamental principles of human rights. We value and respect all employees and our hiring policies ensure equal employment opportunities for all.

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The executive team and senior management of EV Cargo oversees the management and monitoring of the economic, environmental, social and governance factors of the business, and take these into consideration in the determination of our strategic direction and policies. They are also involved in the management and monitoring of these economic, environmental, social and governance factors through the Sustainability Committee and Sustainability Champions which comprises employee representatives from across our business.

View our 2022 Sustainability Report

Founder, Chairman and CEO

Chief Sustainability Officer


Our Management

Executive Board
Responsibility for sustainability practices throughout EV Cargo ultimately lies with our Executive Board which is chaired by our CEO and supported by the Chief Strategy Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel.

Sustainability Committee
A Sustainability Committee is led by our CEO along with our Chief Sustainability Officer and comprises members of the senior leadership team. The Sustainability Committee meets monthly and reports to the non-executive board of directors.

Chief Sustainability Officer
A dedicated Chief Sustainability Officer brings leadership on sustainability issues and goals, oversees the monitoring of sustainability performance and promotes responsible behaviour across the organisation with the help of local sustainability champions.

Measuring Performance
EV Cargo’s balanced scorecard aligns compensation with corporate and individual performance, both in terms of financial and non-financial performance including ESG indicators such as emissions reductions.

Our Materiality

Our materiality assessment was conducted based on the Principles of Selecting Material Issues in the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards along with the relevant industry specific standard from Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), and involved consultation with a wide base of internal and external stakeholders.

Our Priorities

We have incorporated nine of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a supporting framework to guide the priorities within our sustainability strategy.

We have committed to be neutral by 2030 for our scope 1 and 2 CO2 emissions, and achieve a 2.5% annual linear reduction in our scope 3 CO2 emissions.

We strive to make a positive impact on the communities where we operate and to create a safe, diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace that enables opportunities for all.

We pledge to uphold the highest standards of corporate governance and be a standard-bearer for the industry.



We have committed to be neutral by 2030 for our scope 1 and 2 CO2 emissions, and achieve a 2.5% annual linear reduction in our scope 3 CO2 emissions.

Fewer Miles
Network efficiency, moving the same volume of freight for our customers using fewer miles by maximising cube utilisation and load fill, minimising empty and unplanned miles and maximising modal switch.

Friendlier Miles
Emissions efficiency, running the miles we do use with fewer emissions by switching to alternative sustainable fuels, maximising the fuel economy of our truck drivers and minimising the average age of our fleet.

Sustainable Workplaces
Energy efficiency, minimising the energy consumption across all of our operating centres and maximising our use of renewable energy.

Data efficiency, systematic and reliable capture of all our CO2 emissions including the use of an innovative GLEC approved technology platform to accurately and consistently measure our scope 3 emissions.



We strive to continually strengthen the equity and diversity of our workplaces to ensure a healthy, inclusive and happy workforce.

Employee Welfare
Our employees are important to us, and our priority is to ensure that they are engaged and empowered to take on new challenges in their jobs. We foster a culture of respect and transparency and practice a management style that both listens to employees and actively addresses any concerns.

We are committed to creating an all-inclusive culture where all employees are encouraged and allowed to thrive. At the same time, we believe that it is also important to address Unconscious Bias when building successful diverse and inclusive environments.

Training and Development
We recognise that continued success is dependent on our employees’ ability to have the necessary skills, leadership and competency. One of our focus areas is to invest in the learning and development of employees to improve knowledge, skills and workplace performance.


Health and Safety
We strive to reduce and mitigate risks of ill health, accidents, hazards and near misses by maintaining safe and healthy working conditions, providing and maintaining plant, equipment or machinery and ensuring safe storage and handling of substances.

At EV Cargo, we understand that respecting human rights in business activities is not only essential for sustainable development but also a responsibility that all companies must fulfil, our Modern Slavery Statement and Ethical Trade Policy apply to all parts of our global business.

Philanthropy has always been a big part of our culture and we promote charity fundraising within the business as we look to support our local communities across the world. Wherever we operate in the world we strive to make a positive impact for all local community stakeholders.



We pledge to uphold the highest standards of corporate governance and be a standard-bearer for the industry.

At EV Cargo, we are committed to upholding the highest standard of ethical business conduct in all our global business activities. We strive to foster a culture of ethical conduct where business activities are conducted with integrity and an effective governance structure is in place.

Privacy and Security
Protecting the privacy and personal data of our employees as well as the users of our software is of utmost importance to us, and we have invested meaningfully in our cyber-security arrangements to minimise the risk of phishing and ransomware attacks.


As an international company with operations in both developed and developing countries, we have in place stringent requirements for effective compliance management and conduct regular reviews of operational safety and compliance with various local and international standards at all of our sites.

Dangerous Goods
Our management of dangerous goods is subject to mandatory national and international dangerous goods regulations as well as our own internal operating procedures, through which we ensure that all of our sites handle any dangerous goods safely and securely.

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