JSL's value is to grow with sustainability, taking care of its own resources and those of its stakeholders, including creditors, investors and society in general. The Economic, Environmental, Social and Governance (EASG) dimensions are rooted in the culture of the company and its subsidiaries. Learn more:
It is an urgent topic for the whole world and as part of the logistics chain, which from end to end contributes to the burning of fuel and emissions of polluting gases, we have responsibility.
HOW DO WE OPERATE REGARDING OUR EMISSIONS MANAGEMENT?”
TECHNOLOGY AND ENERGY
We keep efforts focused on the efficient use of energy, eco-efficiency actions and also through the purchase of renewable energy on the free market. We keep our fleet with a low average age, with modern and efficient vehicles
Accounting, managing and seeking alternatives to reduce emissions.
Mapping and incorporating climate change risks and opportunities into the company's business strategy. Analyzing scenarios and studying actions that have positive impact on our emissions.
We analyze our sources of emissions for which we are directly and indirectly responsible. In our scopes 1, 2 and also monitoring scope 3 emissions. We seek to understand the peculiarity of each of our operations.
Involving the other stakeholders in the discussion, engaging actions aimed at offsetting our emissions with the value chain.
To implement our Sustainability strategy, we have a consolidated governance structure and have been involved in programs and projects that bring synergy with our materiality, which lists relevant topics considering the expectations of our stakeholders.
- Corporate Governance, Ethics, and Compliance;
- Climate and Environmental Strategy;
- Respect, Development, and Appreciation of People;
- Customer Relationship; Health and Safety of People;
- Technological and Sustainable Innovation;
- Appreciation of Truck Drivers;
- Impacts on Communities and Value Chain.
OUR TRUCK FLEET IS AN AVERAGE 3 YEARS OLD.
Why is that relevant?
Newer/modern vehicles cause less impact on the environment, more safety and agility in delivery to the customer.
A newer fleet directly impacts the reduction of pollutants, such as:
Impact on the reduction of fuel consumption through more modern equipment, agility in transport and more efficient operations.
- Improve the employability condition for the self-employed truck driver;
- Greater safety and reduction of accidents;
- Better air quality.
- Reduction of pollutant emissions;
- Reduction of fuel consumption.
- Reduction of operating costs (fuels and maintenance);
- Increase in productivity/quality of transportation services;
- Contribution to the development of the country with tax collection.
TODAY THE MAXIMUM AGE FOR VEHICLES OF OUR THIRD-PARTY DRIVERS IS 12 YEARS
INNOVATIVE CUSTOMER FOCUS SOLUTIONS
We are spread across several municipalities in the country. Considering this capillarity, we are aware of the responsibility and challenges of being in compliance with environmental issues in the most basic items of the process, but also seeking alternatives in the market that solve critical points that may exist in the operations of customers and for our customers
JSL GOVERNANCE MODEL
JSL’s governance model is guided by the premises of high professionalism, independence, transparency and adherence to good practices. We comply with the Code of Best Corporate Governance Practices of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC), with rules, instances and processes recorded in the Bylaws.
The decision-making structure has as its highest body the General Meeting, responsible for deliberating matters as provided for by law, based on the participation of shareholders. It is up to the Board of Directors to design the strategic guidelines that guide the business. The Board of Executive Officers is responsible for the direct management of the company and its operations, and advisory committees are added to this structure, which deliberate and recommend actions to the Board based on their areas of expertise.
We are signatories of the Ethos Institute’s Business Pact for Integrity and Against Corruption and we have a solid Compliance Program. We also highlight our adherence to the UN Global Compact, since 2014, which reinforces our commitment to the ESG dimensions and guides us in the direction and efforts to be aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
For transparency and disclosure of our results, we annually launch the Integrated Report prepared based on recognized global practices.
ETHICS AND COMPLIANCE
Advise the leadership and teams responsible for internal controls, risks and compliance in complying with standards and the Code of Conduct; monitor preventive actions for cases of violation and non-compliance; ensure the application of the anti-corruption policy; monitor indicators related to the Compliance Program and suggest improvements.
The non-statutory body supervises the quality and integrity of reports, adherence to standards and regulations and the adequacy of risk management and independent audit processes.
Advises the Board of Directors on social, environmental, economic and governance issues, with a member of the Board of Directors of SIMPAR, a member of the Executive Board of JSL and an independent member.
A non-deliberative committee, its purpose is to analyze financial operations, recommend actions to improve financial management and monitor the implementation of these measures, reporting the results to the Board of Directors at the frequency defined by this collegiate. The committee responds and reports its activities to the Board of Directors, through the Committee Coordinator.
TECHNOLOGY AND INOVATION
Evaluate scenarios, recommend investment decisions, study new business models and analyze opportunities, strategies and impacts on customer behavior and on the business.
INTEGRATED ANNUAL REPORT
Check out our annual reports, key results and highlights for each year: