Peel Ports Group is the world’s first port operator to join Sedex, a firm that provides supply chain sustainability data, insights, and services.
This decision ranks it among the hundreds of companies across the world committed to sharing important data on Sedex’s data platform in order to improve working conditions across global supply chains.
Sedex has a presence of over 75,000 members from 180 countries representing 35 different economic sectors and all phases of the supply chain.
Peel Ports Groups joins Unilever, Kellogg’s, and M&S on the platform.
James Riddick, Head of Procurement at Peel Ports Group, said: “This is a significant step for us. As a responsible business, it has always been our aim to ensure that we are working with organisations that conform to our own ethical codes of practice.
“This platform will enable us to work together with suppliers to better manage our social and environmental performance and protect people working in the supply chain.”
Jon Hancock, CEO of Sedex, stated: “Sedex is delighted to welcome Peel Ports as a member. We welcome their commitment to sustainable business, and look forward to supporting them to achieve their social and environmental sustainability goals.”