XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE: XPO), a leading global provider of supply chain solutions, today announced the release of its first annual report on sustainability initiatives. The 2018 Sustainability Report details the company's initiatives in North America and Europe in key areas, such as safety, engagement, workplace inclusion and environmental protection. XPO intends to use its inaugural report as a baseline for future presentations.
Bradley Jacobs, chief executive officer of XPO Logistics, said, "We believe that the only enduring way to succeed is by making meaningful contributions to the success of others. I'm pleased that our new Sustainability Report captures the cultural aspects of our commitment to economic and environmental performance. We'll continue to adhere to the highest standards of business conduct, while staying aligned with our values and the interests of our stakeholders."
XPO's 2018 Sustainability Report and 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Report (Europe) can be downloaded from https://sustainability.xpo.com.
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