GENPRO SUSTAINABILITY MISSION
GenPro’s Sustainability mission is to drive Sustainability throughout the procurement process and generate viable efficiencies and efficacies for its Members and Suppliers in a fully transparent, measurable, and sustainable manner.
GENPRO SUSTAINABILITY DEFINITIONS
The Profitable, Socially Responsible and Ethical coexistence of GenPro, its Members and Contracted Suppliers.
At GenPro, Sustainability is at the core of everything we do. Since the company’s inception in 2017 we have been navigating through a “stormy” albeit rewarding ocean of trusting and meaningful relationships, today we proudly can say that the GenPro family and network of partners is strong and ready to take on any future challenges while simultaneously and actively driving a positive impact on society and the planet.
With a genuine & radiating vision acting as our luminous Sustainability Beacon and committed to adding value, we embark into a fascinating journey of innovation, diversity & inclusion, and transparency for a more sustainable future.
Our Sustainability Vision is to become the Socially and Environmentally Responsible Leading Procurement partner of choice in the Marine and Trading Ecosystem.
As procurement leaders, we are committed to driving Sustainability into every process we follow and inspire our ecosystem in which we operate, to embrace our Sustainability Values. This is also reflected in our Mission.
GenPro aligns with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) which aim to create a better world by 2030, by ending poverty, fighting inequality, and all while tackling climate change by working to preserve our oceans and forests.
The Sustainability plan in force focuses on meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. It encapsulates the environmental, social, and economic impact of every single aspect of our work and has a rapidly growing effect in our cooperation between GenPro, its Members, their managed fleet and GenPro’s Suppliers. At GenPro we endorse and promote environmentally friendly choices regarding products, procedures, and suppliers.
Throughout 2020 GenPro carried out a series of thought-provoking Webinars where Suppliers and Members were invited to jointly participate in. The subjects presented and further discussed included:
- Introduction to GenPro’s Sustainability Strategy
- Green Supply Chain
- Provisions Quality Management
- Stores & Provisions Packing
- NCR & Handling
- International Regulations on Ship Recycling & Hazardous Materials
Being and acting responsibly is no longer a choice it’s the Business Imperative of the Future, without it one cannot remain profitable, relevant, afloat nor ethically relative.
We contribute to the global sustainability vision, we continue respectfully on our path, and stand by our network of esteemed Members and Suppliers to jointly realize our goals.
GenPro’s Sustainability Report will be issued annually, first of which to be released in December 2022.
Sustainability Actions & Initiatives:
- Minimization of Single Use plastics
- Reduction of Paper Use
- Aligns with International Regulations
- Educates & communicates via dedicated Webinars
- Maintains a Sustainability Balance Scorecard program
- Remote Tendering
- Sustainability in Invitations for Tender
- Building Partnerships with the Community
Every month we share with our network inspiring articles from a wide selection of sustainability publications, with the ultimate goal to raise and maintain awareness, expand the reader’s thinking on Sustainability related matters and, foster productive & rewarding partnerships. Click on below to learn more.
Our April newsletter focuses on the increasing developments around decarbonisation, while also exploring the EU’s recent “Fit for 55” legislation and its potential impact on the shipping industry. This issue also contains exciting developments on digitalisation and AI, as well as fuel choices being made to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. In other topics, we explore the potential of sailing ships in a world facing a climate crisis.
Our March issue contains a set of hand-picked articles, with topics ranging from innovative water treatment solutions to regulations shaping our industry’s horizon. With a strong focus on decarbonisation and fuel efficiency news, our newsletter also contains the latest updates on how ESG reporting and supplier audits are making waves.
February’s issue includes a number of insightful articles, some of which examine the role of sustainable design as a key to the circular economy. We take a closer look at the future of packaging and sustainable purchasing and also go back to basics by looking at nature-based business solutions.