Sustainability is a key pillar of the Group’s overall strategy and one that the Board pays close attention to. In particular, we consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues as part of our strategic formulation.
ComfortDelGro aims to minimise the impact of its activities on the environment by ensuring continuous improvement in environmental performance whilst bearing in mind prevailing technical and operational constraints.
The ComfortDelGro Group is committed to minimising its environmental impact. In fact, the very nature of a large part of our business is to try to steer communities away from the use of private cars. We are continually looking at ways to manage and minimise the impact of our business operations on the environment.
Our suppliers are our partners. Without the goods and services they provide, we would not be able to run our businesses. Working closely with them, we explore ways to increase efficiency and productivity through the procurement of supplies and services which help improve our processes and grow our business.
Our people are undoubtedly our most valued assets. Without them, we would not be where we are today. Indeed, we strongly subscribe to the view that a happy and motivated workforce will ultimately translate into satisfied customers.
ComfortDelGro is committed to safeguarding the interests of our Stakeholders for sustainable growth. To this end, we hold ourselves to high standards of corporate governance and business and ethical conduct.
ComfortDelGro is one of the largest land transport companies in the world with a global workforce, a global shareholder base and a global outlook.
The Group was formed on 29 March 2003 through the merger of two land transport companies - Comfort Group and DelGro Corporation. Both had started out in the 1970s and had, by the time of the merger, grown to become successful listed land transport companies. Following the merger, ComfortDelGro has expanded significantly and now operates in seven countries and has a global fleet of close to 43,300 vehicles.