Supply chain

Ansaldo STS has drawn up new criteria to assess and monitor its suppliers and to define a new action plan to assist them improve their sustainability given the increasing importance of the supply chain’s social and environmental aspects.

Reporting on commitments

IN 2014 WE SAIDIN 2015 WE DID
SUPPLY CHAIN
  • Analyse the TenP project’s output on supplier sustainability and define an action plan to improve sustainability
  • Ansaldo STS selected a specific number of suppliers and invited them to participate in an online survey on sustainability issues, including, in particular: respect for human rights, work conditions, the environment and the fight against corruption. They will be invited again to analyse outputs and define an action plan to improve sustainability 
  • Extend the tests commenced in France for the automated preparation and sending of supplier rating reports to Italy
  • This activity was postponed due to the implementation of Ansaldo STS’ s new Organizational structure
  • Revise and publish the general conditions for purchasing goods and services in Italy with inclusion of sanctions clauses for non-compliance with the code of ethics 
  • The text and the guidelines are ready for final approval and subsequent issue 
  • Standardise the supply contract general conditions after assessing the current contracts in use by Ansaldo STS’s legal entities and best international practices 
  • The standardisation of the supply contract general conditions has begun and will continue in 2016