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SYDNEY: March 27, 2019. Brambles, the supply-chain logistics company operating in more than 60 countries primarily through the CHEP brand, has been named the second most sustainable company in the world following Accenture, the Dublin-based consulting and professional-services corporation.

Published in Barron’s Magazine, Calvert Research and Management took the 1,000 largest publicly held companies by market value in 24 developed-country markets (excluding the U.S.) and evaluated them using the same scoring process and five stakeholder categories that it uses to rank the U.S. list.

BRAMBLESThe company was recognized by Calvert for its sustainable sourcing and their workplace labor performance. According to the research company: “Brambles conducts an employee engagement survey and uses the confidential feedback to improve operations. It also provides online training and one-on-one coaching for employees and has pioneered pallets made from waste”.

Brambles head of Global Sustainability Juan Jose Freijo. said: “We are extremely proud to be recognized as a world-wide sustainability leader. The long-term, sustainable value that we create for all of our stakeholders is generated by our global scale and circular business model, which defines not just how we do things but who we are. Our work has always eliminated waste and reduced demand for natural resources throughout the supply chain, so we are pleased to be recognized again.”

Also, for the fifth consecutive year, Brambles has maintained its industry leading position in MSCI (Morgan Stanley Capital International) ESG ratings. MSCI research is used by 46 of the top 50 asset managers and over 1,200 investors worldwide and it is recognized as a "Gold Standard data provider". “Brambles continues to lead the industry in overall ESG performance, demonstrating a commitment to sustainability through comprehensive programs addressing all material key issues on which we assess the industry,” said the MSCI report.

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