In accordance with the company's strategy, Beijer Ref has set the following long-term financial and non-financial goals.
Sales of self-manufactured products will increase
The goal is for sales of self-manufactured products with low GWP values to increase and account for more than 50% of total OEM sales by the end of 2023. Today, that share is 27%.
A total of six academies are established in 2023
Beijer Ref will open more training academies in environmentally friendly refrigeration technology worldwide in the coming years. The goal is for a total of six academies to be established in 2023. In 2019, the Group had three academies.
Responsible supply chain
Clear agreements with suppliers
The Group wants to take responsibility and have a dialogue with, above all, 100 main suppliers. The goal is to have clear agreements regarding a code of conduct with these suppliers, which has been achieved during the year.
Business ethics and anti-corruption
All employees will undergo training in 2021
The company has zero tolerance for corruption and has a well-functioning whistleblower process. The Group has developed an electronic training tool and in 2019, approximately 40% have completed this training. The goal is for all employees to undergo training in business ethics and anti-corruption by 2021.
Equal work place
Higher proportion of women in all positions in the company
Getting more women into different occupational categories that have long been male-dominated is a challenge but also a great opportunity to secure future labor. The goal is a more equal Beijer Ref with a higher proportion of women in all positions in the company. Today, about 20% of the company's employees are women.
Safe and healthy workplace
Sick leave must be below 5%
Beijer Ref works for a safe and healthy work environment without accidents. The goal is to have a sick leave below 5%. In 2019, sick leave, in relation to total time worked, amounted to 2.4% (2.2%). The company will offer all salaried employees development talks. The goal is for it to be fully implemented by 2022.