FCA Announces Release of 2014 Sustainability Report
April 16, 2015 , London and Auburn Hills, Mich -
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles today announced the release of its 2014 Sustainability Report, capping a year that saw the formal creation of FCA, and the completion of the integration of Fiat and Chrysler that began in 2009.
“The combination of the two groups has created the world’s seventh largest automaker, one that has embraced sustainability as the best path to guarantee merit and dignity to the results achieved,” stated Sergio Marchionne, CEO of FCA.
"While the creation of FCA changed our destiny, what has not changed is our commitment to responsible and sustainable development,” confirmed John Elkann, Chairman of the Board of FCA.
This Report reflects a year of significant progress toward achievement of the Group’s long-term goals:
Five-year Business Plan presented in May 2014, based on a strategy of responsible growth
€2.3 billion invested in our most sustainable plants (Pernambuco, Brazil and Melfi, Italy), for the production of the new Jeep Renegade and Fiat 500X
Official Global Sponsor and mobility partner for Expo Milano 2015, contributing to the event’s theme of “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”
Extended leadership as a pioneer in natural gas vehicles in Europe to more than 15 years
Continued focus on the safety, quality and efficiency of our vehicles
World Class Manufacturing Program at 122 FCA plants resulting in significant environmental and safety achievements, including eighth consecutive year of reduction in accident frequency rate
Stakeholder engagement events on three continents, leading to increased understanding of material sustainability topics
Confirmation of FCA for the sixth consecutive year in the Dow Jones Sustainability (DJSI) World Index, and ranked among the leaders in the Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) Italy 100 and the Carbon Performance Leadership Index (CPLI) Italy 100.
A key component of the 2014 FCA Sustainability Report is the introduction of the Value Chain, which is presented according to the recommendations of the Integrated Reporting framework. Through descriptions of how various capitals as inputs are converted through our business activities into outcomes, the Value Chain illustration offers our stakeholders a transparent view of how we create value within the highly complex automotive industry.
FCA has reported its sustainability efforts in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standard - G4 Comprehensive option. The GRI framework is the international standard used by companies for reporting on sustainability. The Report was subject to an assurance audit by SGS Nederlands B.V., an independent certification body, in compliance with the Sustainability Reporting Assurance procedure, the GRI-G4 Guidelines and the AA1000 APS (2008) standard.
The interactive 2014 FCA Sustainability Report is available at: Welcome to FCA Sustainability Report 2014 | FCA Sustainability Report 2014