Brambles Bags Third Rank in Corporate Knights’ Global 100

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Corporate Knights' Global 100 list of the most sustainable companies in the world ranks Brambles as the third most sustainable company in the world. The list is based on a variety of environmental, social, and governance metrics and highlights companies leading the way in sustainable business practices.

Brambles has done well in areas like using energy efficiently, cutting down on waste, and managing the supply chain. This recognition is a testament to Brambles' ongoing commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices.

Brambles' achievement in 2023, which saw it jump from tenth to third in the overall global ranking while also leading the Australia-Pacific region and its industry, illustrates the positive influence of its circular business model on global supply chains.

Graham Chipchase, Brambles CEO, said: “The release of our 2025 Sustainability Strategy signalled Brambles’ intention to build on our sustainable circular model to pursue a regenerative vision.

“Being named the world’s third most sustainable company acknowledges the collective effort across every facet of our business toward those transformative sustainability goals. It also recognises the contribution of our customers and partners who share this vision and continue to collaborate with us to shape the global supply chain for a regenerative future.”

Toby Heaps, Corporate Knights CEO, said: “As a leader in carbon productivity and board diversity, and with 100% sustainable investments and revenue shaping its business, Brambles is demonstrating how companies can reap financial rewards while making socially and environmentally responsible business decisions. As the transition to a sustainable economy ramps up, Global 100 companies like Brambles are in the lead and positioned for continued success in the future.”

The company has received recognition and awards for its sustainability efforts from various organisations, such as ranking first in its industry on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index, earning double-A ratings from CDP for transparency and action on climate and forests, and being ranked on Corporate Knights' Global 100 list. The company also reconfirmed its support for the UN Global Compact in December and has integrated these principles into its business strategy, culture, and daily operations.

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