Social Responsibility

At GEODIS, our growth strategy is built around one commitment: sustainability.

A Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility

Of the seven Golden Rules that form the basis of our operations, three focus on social responsibility: “Be a good citizen”, “Ensure the safety of our people everywhere and at any time” and “Recruit, develop and retain quality people”.

Our priorities are as follows:


Act for the climate and reduce our environmental impact


Be a responsible employer committed to playing our role in society


Choose ethical relationships based on trust

2023 Activity and Sustainability Report

GEODIS recently published the 2023 Activity and Sustainability Report, which presents our CSR strategy and its impact. As a company and as an employer, we place social and environmental issues at the heart of our concerns.

EN 2023 CSR Report

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Double materiality analysis

Logistique urbaine, Agence D&E Paris boulevard Ney

GEODIS performed its first materiality analysis in 2023, with the aim of prioritizing the CSR issues facing the Group. This materiality analysis was carried out principally through consulting its main stakeholders, both internal and external, and adopting a double materiality approach.

Some of our actions:



Mindful of the environmental impact of logistics and transport activities and of the growth in demand, GEODIS is committed to developing environmentally friendly solutions for its customers: low-carbon alternative transport, multimodal solutions, virtuous circular economy loops, etc.


Responsible value chain


The ecological imperative is coupled with a duty to lead by example. GEODIS does so by actively ensuring that our own and our partners’ value chains and processes respect the environment, human rights, health and safety, and the best international standards.

Health and Safety


The Group’s frequency rate for workplace accidents has seen a sharp decline of 30% over the last three years. This demonstrates the commitment of the Group and its employees to a safe workplace environment.


Professional gender equality


Today, 40% of our employees are women - operating in traditionally male-dominated roles. And we are well on our way to achieving our target of having 25% women in top executive management positions by the end of 2023.