Drive Sustainability November 2017 launch

Discover how ten leading automotive companies are addressing sustainability issues in raw materials sourcing.

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We endeavour to achieve excellence, innovation and performance in a sustainable manner and success depends on the commitment of our entire global supply chain.

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Ten leading automotive companies launch an initiative to identify and address sustainability issues in raw materials sourcing

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We endeavor to achieve excellence, innovation and performance in a sustainable manner and success depends on the commitment of our entire global supply chain.

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Our Mission

The mission of the partnership is to work together to improve the social, ethical and environmental performance of automotive supply chains. It is of great importance to this partnership of responsible automotive manufacturers that the individuals making vehicles, components, or providing services, are afforded decent working conditions and are treated with dignity and respect, while minimising the environmental impact of their industry.

Our common direction
  • Share experiences and information on sustainability issues in the automotive supply chain.
  • Develop and apply common tools.
  • Work together on common projects in order to improve sustainability in supply chains.
  • Send a common message to their supply chains concerning sustainability activities and requirements.
OUR PARTNERS

LEAD PARTNERS:

PARTNERS:

By the Numbers

40

Over 40 training sessions conducted in 9 countries

20,000

Over 20,000 Self-Assessment Questionnaires (SAQs) conducted in more than 100 countries

1,500

Over 1,500 suppliers engaged in capacity building activities

WHAT WE DO

Compliance

Self-Assessment Questionnaire on CSR/ Sustainability for Automotive Sector Suppliers

Capacity building

Training series
Dialogue events
Local networks

Others

Raw materials approach

HOW WE DO IT

The way we work

Leadership Assembly
Steering Committee
Working Groups

How we build our strategy

Focus on dialogue and impact

Press and media
18/04/2018

Automotive now has a tool to assess risks linked to raw materials

  Wednesday, 18 April 2018 – Paris. Drive Sustainability announced the Risk Assessment Study at the ‘OECD Forum on responsible mineral supply chains’.  The research was conducted by...

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12/12/2017

Global Automotive OEMs Update Supplier Expectations in New Supply Chain Sustainability Guiding Principles

Brussels, December 12, 2017 – The Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) and Drive Sustainability today announced an updated version of the “Automotive Industry Guiding Principles to Enhance Sus...

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29/11/2017

Ten leading automotive companies launch an initiative to identify and address sustainability issues in raw materials sourcing

Wednesday 29 November 2017 – Brussels: Today, Drive Sustainability, a partnership between 10 leading automotive companies (BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford, Honda, Jaguar Land Rover, Scania CV AB, To...

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