Responsibility and sustainability have always been our assets. We believe that dedicating more attention to processes, people and territory is a concrete way to obtain economic, social and moral benefits.

Sustainability Report

La Cisa is constantly committed to improve its performance with the aim of reducing its main environmental impacts and with the conviction that attention to the proper management of its processes, and looking out for the protection of people and planet are a concrete system to produce a positive impact in the context in which it operates.

During our Corporate Strategic Planning process, the need arose, naturally and shared by all representatives of sites and departments, to integrate sustainability aspects into their activities and, as a result, to transparently communicate performance in the economic, environmental, social and governance fields to their stakeholders.

And this is precisely how the design of our first Sustainability Report begins.

We consider this first report an important milestone on our journey on the road to an increasingly sustainable future, and we are confident that through a collective effort we will succeed in developing increasingly green logistics.

Biodiversity Protection

La Cisa’s commitment to having a positive impact on the environment has seen its concrete action with the adoption of a nectariferous forest, Biodiversity Oasis

La Cisa Oasis wants to protect biodiversity and pollinators together with 3Bee’s Regeneration projects.

3Bee is the leading climate tech company in protecting biodiversity through technology. Using the honeybee as a key bioindicator, 3Bee collects and interprets data through innovative proprietary systems to monitor the health of pollinators and their connection to ecosystems.

Realizing the environmental impact of the industrial transportation sector, we decided to engage with 3Bee in safeguarding biodiversity and pollinating insects. Through our partnership with 3Bee, we have created our Biodiversity Oasis, within which we are committed to caring for and growing 50 nectar trees that will absorb 25 tons of CO2 over 20 years and feed about 75,000 wild pollinators each year.

All nectar plants are cared for by experts growers.

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