The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Resolution 217 A (III)) of 10 December 1948
The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact of 25 September 2015
The ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work of 1 June 1998
The United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals of 25 September 2015
The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights of June 2014
Establishing a holistic sustainability structure, for example by way of a dedicated sustainability contact partner in every business unit
Mandatory supplier self-assessment on ESG topics, for example within the context of the Supply Chain Act
Seeing sustainability as a strategic priority also to exclude risks and legal violations, for example by means of training offers made available to all colleagues at the FIEGE Academy
Voluntarily implementing the EU taxonomy
To accomplish this, we co-operate with our stakeholders of the value chain to sustainably revolutionise not only ourselves, but the entire sector.
These past years have seen us further evolve and professionalise our approach to innovation whereby the advancement of corporate start-ups, the investment in new strategic holdings, the surge of innovative drive within the core organisation, the Company Builder XPRESS Ventures as well as the participation in the venture capitalist, F-LOG Ventures were in the spotlight.
Cray X: This technology provides powerful support for lifting movements during order picking. Cray X offers additional support to the worker. This helps to prevent early fatigue, poor posture, long-term harmful lifting and therefore, staff shortages. These exoskeletons have been in use a tour Ibbenbüren Mega Center since 2022. It is planned to roll them out to other locations.
By providing transportation equipment, the TUGBOTs take care of repetitive tasks. This frees up colleagues which means they are less often absent due to physical illnesses and instead, are more often used in value-creating processes where the human skillset is indispensable.
FIEGE Ecologistics® is our platform for all services and customer projects of the FIEGE Group that deal with ecological sustainability. Here, we promote and establish economically interesting, but at the same time environmentally exciting projects that steer the logistics industry into a sustainable future.
FIEGE Faro is a pilot project that will largely avoid environmental pollution during its building phase and targets a climate positive operation. The building project unveils the possibilities in sustainable building. It thus contributes to achieving the climate goals and to driving change within construction..
"Project Faro allows us to demonstrate that in the future, we will integrate sustainability with our building projects right from the start, to lead by example."
Prioritise and drive digital transformation within our family business
Grow fleet with electric trucks and first trucks running on hydrogen
Identify new strategically valuable holdings with subsequent investment
Focus more strongly on innovative technology such as exoskeletons or Autonomous Mobile Robots
Promote strategic partnerships with our clients and suppliers, focusing on environmental sustainability
Since 1998, we have been sponsoring charitable organisations as part of our corporate social responsibility.
Further increase the amount and number of donations through new campaigns
Shared fundraiser with our clients to take relief supplies to the Ukrainian border
Organise the FIEGE Volunteer Award 2023
Corporate volunteering campaigns with our colleagues
Encourage volunteering commitment of colleagues more strongly and accompany projects
Detailed information, figures and content on all fields of action can be found in the full Sustainability Report 2022.