Our corporate responsibility programme, Cramo Care, together with our Code of Conduct, forms the framework for coordinating and monitoring all sustainability work at Cramo. The Cramo Care programme demonstrates our commitment to deliver sustainable value to all our stakeholders. We live up to this commitment through the continuous improvements we make for our customers, employees, society and the environment.
Responsible way of working
We are committed to customer satisfaction. Development of our leading-edge solutions is based on a deep understanding of our customers’ needs and expectations in terms of factors like functionality, quality and sustainability. We believe that sustainable business is built on mutual trust and high ethical standards.
Our Code of Conduct demonstrates our commitment to strong business ethics and provides concrete guidelines for how we do business.
Cramo takes care of its employees by creating attractive and safe working conditions and by offering plenty of opportunities for professional and personal development. Committed, competent employees are key to a high level of customer satisfaction.
Caring for society and the environment
As a responsible corporate citizen, we support the local communities we operate in. Since 2007, Cramo has cooperated with SOS Children’s Villages. We focus especially on villages in the Baltic countries and helping the local SOS organisations in their work. To better reflect our customers and the society we operate in, Cramo Sweden has a strategic target to increase its share of female employees.
The framework for our sustainability work, Cramo Care, is derived from UN Global Compact principles and the ISO 26000 standard, as is our Code of Conduct.”Mr Anders Collman, Head of Cramo Care and Communications, Cramo Group
CRAMO SUPPORTS THE LOCAL SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGES IN MANY COUNTRIES
As part of its social responsibility work, Cramo works in partnership with SOS Children’s Villages.
In Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, Cramo assisted local SOS organisations with marketing and business contacts, and arranged local events to collect donations from customers and employees. During the summer of 2015, Cramo Estonia provided local SOS Children’s Villages with access equipment and lavatories.
Cramo in the Czech Republic and Slovakia made donations to local organisations, as did Cramo Norway.
SOS Children’s Villages is an international non-governmental organisation founded in 1949.
Cramo acknowledged for showing the way
Cramo Piteå, located in Öjebyn, Sweden, was named one of five finalists in Northern Sweden to receive Samhall’s award for employer of the year, called “Show the way”.
Samhall is a state-owned organisation whose mission is to create stimulating work opportunities for people typically left outside the labour market. The “Show the way” award is given to companies working actively to employ people with functional disabilities.
“It has always been important to Cramo to welcome people with disabilities,” says Mr Jonas Sundström, Depot Manager at Piteå.
A fitting example is Mr Robin Nilsson, who first started working at Cramo Piteå through an internship and was later recruited as a permanent employee. Robin describes his challenges as mostly related to a lack of self-esteem and anxiety. But the job at Cramo has changed him: he is now comfortable tackling the new job opportunities that have been given to him.