SCHREDER - Sustainability Report 2023

Our Sustainability Strategy

Materiality Assessment Our priorities have remained stable over the past three years. According to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Report 2022, the goals to be achieved by 2030 are in jeopardy, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine, which have exacerbated food, energy, humanitarian and refugee crises. Climate change is aggravating the situation and acting as a crisis multiplier. It is more important than ever to act and take effective measures to recover from this crisis and achieve global sustainability. Our sustainability programme fully supports this, so the most important thing is to continue the work we have started. Accordingly, our material issues have not changed significantly, but the focus has shifted to those with the potential for greater positive impact. Some of the topic names have also been reworded to ensure a clear understanding of our priorities. In 2022, we held two sustainability workshops with representatives from our key stakeholder groups to strengthen our sustainability strategy. Board: Chairman of the Board and 3 other Board members Shareholders: represented by 3 of the Board members Management team: CEO and 7 members of the Schréder Executive Team

 Employees: Chief People Officer and employees from various functions (Innovation, R&D, Legal, Sustainability)  Customers: represented by CEO, Chief Product Marketing Officer, Chief Commercial Officers, Chief Regional Officers and Marketing Communication Manager Suppliers : represented by Chief Operations Officer

Our sustainability strategy is derived directly from our stakeholders’ most pressing concerns and is strongly aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. That is its strength and what drives our commitment every day.

Sustainability workshop representatives







Xavier Uhlen Group Sustainability Director

Board Shareholders Management team

Employees Customers Suppliers


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