We identified three material areas of concern to deliver on our corporate responsibility of running a successful business:

  • We want to be a Good Employer
    We want our employees to stay with us, to be satisfied with their employment and to reflect this onto our customers. To achieve this sentiment, we want them to understand what they are doing and why they are doing it, while feeling the stability and security of a family company. We also want them to have direct access to the person responsible for their area of involvement. Whenever possible, we favor promotion from within. Finally, although we face all the challenges of a fast-moving economy and must challenge our employees as well, we respect their need for a healthy work-life balance and abstain from too much pressure.
  • Health, Safety and the Environment have become key priorities for us
    We have evolved from a trading company into a production and supply chain management company. We have therefore made it our top priority to reach benchmark standards within the shortest possible time-frame. We remain committed to further improving the health and safety culture with our people as well as reducing the environmental footprint of our assets beyond pure compliance to be among the best in class.
  • We want to move towards more Sustainable Food Systems 
    Modern agriculture and its supply chains, of which we are a part, face three challenges: we have to make available a growing food supply; we have to do so at affordable prices; and we have to reduce our environmental footprint. Where ever we can contribute towards these goals, we must promote using modern know-how, modern practices and modern assets among our employees and our customers.

Ameropa Global CR Report & About this report

The annual CR Report focuses on the material issues defined above. The information on the website and posted documents has been construed in accordance with the GRI Guidelines and the UN Global Compact Principles. Ameropa reserves all rights to the content of the website and posted documents.


Ameropa Romania Sustainability Reporting


The Highlights Report covers exclusively the activity of the Ameropa Group companies in Romania, providing an overview for the period 2012 to 2015.

The scope of this report provides a voluntary overview regarding the non-financial information of Ameropa Romania as well as the management of the companies, board members and financial institutions as required by Directive 2014/95/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2014 amending Directive 2013/34/EU as it pertains to the disclosure of nonfinancial and diversity information by certain large undertakings and groups.


GRI & UN Global Compact

The core level structure of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 sustainability reporting guidelines is used for issuing our reports. GRI Standard help businesses, governments and other organizations understand and communicate the impact of business on critical sustainability issues.

For more information, please visit the GRI Standard website at https://www.globalreporting.org

The UN Global Compact is an initiative driven by the United Nations, which provides businesses with a guideline in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. The guideline consists of ten basic principles, which are spelled out as an adoptable business policy. While Ameropa is not a signatory to UN Global Compact, we have firmly integrated the ten principles into our business policies.

For more information, please visit the UN Global Compact website at https://www.unglobalcompact.org