Our approach to sustainability – and all areas of our business – is one of purpose-driven progress rooted in innovation.
Our 2018 Sustainability Report reflects our stance as a company committed to serving the interests of our employees, customers, investors and the global community.
We know that building a strong sustainability footprint is about more than setting goals; it’s also about executing toward those goals. We intend to detail our progress in future annual editions of this report.
of materials used when XPO constructs a new 28-ft. is recycled.
of waste was recycled by XPO operations in Europe in 2018.
invested to purchase nearly 800 tractors, all of which meet GHG regulations.
spent on electric vehicles for home deliveries in Spain, the UK and the Netherlands.
of material handling devices, such as forklifts, used at XPO supply chain sites are battery-powered.
accident-free miles traveled by XPO drivers around the world.
increase in female internal hires in the UK. (2018 vs. 2017)
of XPO’s North American hires in 2018 were women, an improvement from 28% in 2017.
of XPO’s global workforce is women, which is higher than the industry average.
mentoring and networking among female employees and educating allies toward gender parity.
connecting LGBTQ+ employees and allies to create a more inclusive workplace culture.
building networking and mentoring opportunities for employees of color around the world.
training hours devoted to learning and development in 2018 for XPO employees in Europe and North America.
global employee engagement survey responses reviewed by management in 2018, with countless suggestions adopted.
paid leave for up to 8 weeks for pre- and post-natal health and wellness.
job applications received in a typical month, from talented people who want to work at XPO.
employees hired by XPO in 2018, all of whom received XPO’s Code of Business Ethics and Ethics Policies.
available to all US employees annually as part of a tuition reimbursement benefit.