TXO achieves gold rating in EcoVadis CSR assessment
We are proud to announce that TXO Systems has achieved a gold rating from EcoVadis, the global leader in sustainability assessments, for its continued commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR). The achievement marks TXO’s retention of the gold rating for the fourth year in succession. It also places TXO Systems in the top 2% of the world’s most sustainable electronic and telecommunications equipment companies.
EcoVadis corporate social responsibility assessment
Since 2007, EcoVadis has compiled sustainability scorecards for more than 55,000 companies across 198 different sectors. In participating in the EcoVadis CSR assessment process, TXO Systems joins an illustrious group of leading multinationals in 155 different countries, all working with a single methodology to evaluate, collaborate and improve sustainability performance across four themes (environment, labor & human rights, sustainable procurement, and ethics). Learn more by visiting EcoVadis.com.
Speaking about the award, TXO’s Group CFO, Simon Griffiths said:
“TXO Systems is a global market leader in telecom asset management, with 74% of our sales coming from markets outside the UK. This gold rating is a recognition of our company’s long-standing commitment to sustainability and it gives our international customers assurance that we are a responsible supplier.”
Serious about sustainability
Today, consumers all around the world are increasingly motivated to buy eco-friendly, sustainable products and services. This is great news, but the job isn’t done yet. Companies have a key role to play in improving both their own sustainability record and sustainability in their supply chain.
For TXO Systems, sustainability has always been at the heart of what we do. Put simply, TXO helps companies address their sustainability goals and take control of their resources. We work with our clients to responsibly and sustainably acquire, redeploy, resell, and recycle technology and telecoms network assets, allowing them to generate revenues, reduce expenses and achieve corporate responsibility objectives.
For more information, please read the CSR principals guiding our business and learn how telcos can get more involved with sustainable procurement practices. Please contact us if you have any questions.