SUSTAINALYTICS, the world leader in ESG* analysis, integrates the TK'Blue indicator to evaluate shipper and carrier companies

View document [divider] logoSustainalytics is the world's leading research and analysis company.environmental, social and governance (ESG) analysis Socially Responsible Investment (SRI).

By officially integrating the TK'Blue indicator into its assessment of companies (shippers and carriers), Sustainalytics confirms the importance of companies' eco-responsible behavior in their choice of transport chains and means.

Sustainalytics will ask "shippers" or "carriers" or "freight forwarders" whether they refer to the TK'Blue standard (first level of eco-responsible commitment) and, if so, how they use it (second level of commitment).

This recognition by the experts of the Sustainalytics international team, which offers extra-financial rating and consulting services, is a clear indication of the company's commitment to sustainable development.

- to a wide variety of customers (institutional investors and asset managers)
- in many countries (Canada, Germany, UK, France, Netherlands, USA, Romania and Singapore. Representatives in Belgium, Colombia, Denmark)

marks an important stage in the establishment of TK'Blue as a standard recognized by all players in the transport market.

Furthermore, as Sustainalytics is affiliated with numerous international initiatives (United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI), and is a member of Eurosif, FIR, Forum Nachhaltige Geldanlagen (German FIR), UKSIF, BELSIF, VBDO,SIF, SIO, SPAINSIF, DANSIF, NORSIF, RIAA (Australo-Asian FIR), ICCR and CERES, this initial recognition should enable the European TK'Blue Agency to rapidly forge new agreements of a similar nature with a number of world-renowned organizations.

In the shorter term, major companies already in contact with the Agency will certainly find this international recognition the final trigger to join the TK'Blue dynamic.

ESG*: ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) analysis refers to the three main areas of concern commonly accepted as central factors in measuring the sustainability and ethical impact of an investment in a company or business.