Introduction

The Sustainability Report (hereafter the “Report”) is designed to help readers understand
the world of Autogrill and how its business is evolving.

The structure of the Report reflects Autogrill Group’s “Afuture” philosophy and its concept of business geared to sustainability. It documents the Group’s constant search for innovative solutions to satisfy the expectations of the various categories of stakeholders while at the same time gaining competitive edge in the marketplace. This philosophy has been developed over the years in step with a process of growth that has transformed Autogrill
into an organization with a powerful identity that communicates not only the comprehensiveness and quality of its offering but also a style and a way of relating to and building on the diversity of people, cultures and markets.

Global Reporting Initiative guidelines (GRI-G3, Sustainability Reporting Guidelines) were used to give stakeholders a complete picture of the Group’s sustainability performance. GRI is a multi-stakeholder network of experts who define sustainability reporting procedures and promote their diffusion. GRI-G3 guidelines require organizations to maintain extremely high levels of transparency and completeness of information to guarantee stakeholders an objective and comparable account of social, economic and environmental performance based on a set of indicators. GRI requires companies to make a self-assessment of their degree of application of such indicators.

The self-assessment is based on three levels of compliance with the guidelines (A, B and C).
The independent auditors – KPMG – assessed the consistency of the Company’s accounting records with the social and environmental data, enabling a “+” sign to be added to the reporting level, which was thus “B+ checked”.


Report Application Levels

Report Application Levels