Safic-Alcan Sustainability Report 2020-2021

DURABLE Link: The moving forward Sustainability Report 2020-2021SUMMARY 2-5 Explore who we are 6-7 Our 2018 – 2020 ESG strategy 8-9 Our ESG management 10-21 Our new ESG strategy 22 And tomorrow ? 23 Our offices Philippe Combette Chairman, Safic-Alcan In 2020, Safic-Alcan conducted its first materiality assessment, a formal process of listening to and consulting with stakeholders on ESG topics. The assessment has brought genuine added value by confirming the adequacy of ESG initiatives already in place and I can’t talk about sustainability without mentioning the Safic-Alcan team. Our people are the reason why we can continue to invest in innovation and have a positive impact on our value chain. I’m proud of the foundation we are building: sustainability is not something we do; it is becoming an integral part of who we are. Dear Reader, Over the past several years, Safic-Alcan has been on a journey to become a leading speciality chemical distributor by integrating sustainability and its principles into our business strategy, culture and operations. As you will see in this progress update, we have made solid strides in our journey, and we remain committed to do even better. The difficulties of the Covid crisis tested our resilience and adaptability, but we continued to act on our commitment to be the long-lasting, durable link connecting both principals and customers together in the implementation of sustainable innovation in the marketplace. suggesting pathways for improvement. We are now in the process of integrating those initiatives into our businesses. “Our first materiality assessment has meant that we know where to focus our efforts and can make sure that Safic-Alcan’s overall ESG policy is coherent." EDITORIAL Governance A New Executive Committee Yann Lissillour Head of M&A Group and Managing Director, of CASE & Industrial Specialties Group Jean-Michel Guyon Chief Financial Officer Philippe Combette Chairman, Safic-Alcan Martial Lecat Chairman, Myrtil (Holding) Philippe Cenreaud Managing Director, Rubber & Plastics Group Juliette Gamez Chief Digital Officer Jose Lora Managing Director, Life Sciences Group As we move into 2021, Safic-Alcan has been strengthening its governance practices and responsibilities to reflect the strong growth of the Group. As of September 2020, a new Executive Committee has been formed which includes within its ambit the development of policies and actions to support the company’s corporate responsibilities. It is composed of seven members, all long-serving experienced senior managers of the company, enhancing the former three-member team. Reporting to the Supervisory Board, this reshaped Committee drives the Group’s overarching strategy, ensuring that implementation in our business has full leadership support. Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 3SUMMARY 2-5 Explore who we are 6-7 Our 2018 – 2020 ESG strategy 8-9 Our ESG management 10-21 Our new ESG strategy 22 And tomorrow ? 23 Our offices Philippe Combette Chairman, Safic-Alcan In 2020, Safic-Alcan conducted its first materiality assessment, a formal process of listening to and consulting with stakeholders on ESG topics. The assessment has brought genuine added value by confirming the adequacy of ESG initiatives already in place and I can’t talk about sustainability without mentioning the Safic-Alcan team. Our people are the reason why we can continue to invest in innovation and have a positive impact on our value chain. I’m proud of the foundation we are building: sustainability is not something we do; it is becoming an integral part of who we are. Dear Reader, Over the past several years, Safic-Alcan has been on a journey to become a leading speciality chemical distributor by integrating sustainability and its principles into our business strategy, culture and operations. As you will see in this progress update, we have made solid strides in our journey, and we remain committed to do even better. The difficulties of the Covid crisis tested our resilience and adaptability, but we continued to act on our commitment to be the long-lasting, durable link connecting both principals and customers together in the implementation of sustainable innovation in the marketplace. suggesting pathways for improvement. We are now in the process of integrating those initiatives into our businesses. “Our first materiality assessment has meant that we know where to focus our efforts and can make sure that Safic-Alcan’s overall ESG policy is coherent." EDITORIAL Governance A New Executive Committee Yann Lissillour Head of M&A Group and Managing Director, of CASE & Industrial Specialties Group Jean-Michel Guyon Chief Financial Officer Philippe Combette Chairman, Safic-Alcan Martial Lecat Chairman, Myrtil (Holding) Philippe Cenreaud Managing Director, Rubber & Plastics Group Juliette Gamez Chief Digital Officer Jose Lora Managing Director, Life Sciences Group As we move into 2021, Safic-Alcan has been strengthening its governance practices and responsibilities to reflect the strong growth of the Group. As of September 2020, a new Executive Committee has been formed which includes within its ambit the development of policies and actions to support the company’s corporate responsibilities. It is composed of seven members, all long-serving experienced senior managers of the company, enhancing the former three-member team. Reporting to the Supervisory Board, this reshaped Committee drives the Group’s overarching strategy, ensuring that implementation in our business has full leadership support. Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 3Asia-Pacific 3% of sales 45 employees 2 offices EMEA 89% of sales 566 employees 25 offices 8% 89% 3% Americas 8% of sales 33 employees 3 offices 30 locations This includes our offices and subsidiaries. 50 countries covered More than Who we ARE Founded in 1847, Safic-Alcan was historically a French trader in tropical products before focusing on the rubber industry thanks to a deal with DuPont in 1928. Over the years, Safic-Alcan has diversified into many other markets to become a global specialty chemicals distributor that offers direct access to a large and diverse portfolio of innovative and responsible products. It has expanded well beyond France and now has a network of subsidiaries, offices and warehouses strategically located in Europe, America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. 644 employees €602m turnover Safic-Alcan in 2020 at a Glance The Durable Link At Safic-Alcan, our mission is to provide “Innovative Solutions” by creating and maintaining collaboration across the value chain. In fact, we are in the best position to be the link that brings both principals and customers together to understand what consumers need, so that we can then, together, implement sustainably-advantaged innovations in the marketplace. Supply chain partners Employees Principals and other suppliers Customers The Grouprepresents state-of-the art manufacturers around the world. Creating long- term partnerships with most of its partners. Global sourcing, local & specialised sales engineers, supply chain management and marketing support, dedicated technical, regulatory, and quality support, formulation, blending and sampling, etc. 9 applications laboratories for cosmetics, coatings, rubber, pharmaceuticals, and water treatment. Our innovative solutions are built on long-term collaboration with our principals, allowing us to propose a portfolio of speciality products built around two major business segments: 35% Life Sciences 65% Performance Products Adhesives and sealants Industrial specialties and others Plastics Rubber Polyurethane Coatings, inks and construction Personal care Health, wellness and nutrition Pharmaceuticals Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 4 Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 5Asia-Pacific 3% of sales 45 employees 2 offices EMEA 89% of sales 566 employees 25 offices 8% 89% 3% Americas 8% of sales 33 employees 3 offices 30 locations This includes our offices and subsidiaries. 50 countries covered More than Who we ARE Founded in 1847, Safic-Alcan was historically a French trader in tropical products before focusing on the rubber industry thanks to a deal with DuPont in 1928. Over the years, Safic-Alcan has diversified into many other markets to become a global specialty chemicals distributor that offers direct access to a large and diverse portfolio of innovative and responsible products. It has expanded well beyond France and now has a network of subsidiaries, offices and warehouses strategically located in Europe, America, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. 644 employees €602m turnover Safic-Alcan in 2020 at a Glance The Durable Link At Safic-Alcan, our mission is to provide “Innovative Solutions” by creating and maintaining collaboration across the value chain. In fact, we are in the best position to be the link that brings both principals and customers together to understand what consumers need, so that we can then, together, implement sustainably-advantaged innovations in the marketplace. Supply chain partners Employees Principals and other suppliers Customers The Grouprepresents state-of-the art manufacturers around the world. Creating long- term partnerships with most of its partners. Global sourcing, local & specialised sales engineers, supply chain management and marketing support, dedicated technical, regulatory, and quality support, formulation, blending and sampling, etc. 9 applications laboratories for cosmetics, coatings, rubber, pharmaceuticals, and water treatment. Our innovative solutions are built on long-term collaboration with our principals, allowing us to propose a portfolio of speciality products built around two major business segments: 35% Life Sciences 65% Performance Products Adhesives and sealants Industrial specialties and others Plastics Rubber Polyurethane Coatings, inks and construction Personal care Health, wellness and nutrition Pharmaceuticals Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 4 Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 5Our2018-2020 ESG Strategy Our2020 ESG Performance Fostering positive changes in the value chain In this section, we will outline the actions and results that came out of our first ESG strategy, which we implemented in 2018. In 2020, Safic-Alcan invested a large amount of time in performing its first materiality assessment. This process, described in this report, has brought genuine added value by confirming the adequacy of ESG initiatives already in place and suggesting pathways for improvement in our 2021 ESG Strategy. We are using it to apply a sustainability focus to prioritise our resources for issues that matter most to our business and stakeholders. 2020 was a year like no other for all of us and the difficulties of this tragic year tested our resilience and adaptability, but we continued to act on our commitment to be the durable link connecting chemical manufacturers (our principals) and chemical users (our customers), as such, we provide complete distribution solutions. We deployed our Innovation Link by collaborating in full transparency along the value chain to develop innovative solutions and drive positive changes. Developing sustainable products drives our business growth and provides a foundation for our future success. (See Initiatives 1 & 2) Respecting our Environmental Link continues to be an important part of our culture and our brand. The principles have been included in our Corporate Environmental Stewardship Policy as well as our Third-Party Code of Conduct. (See initiatives 3 &4) In a changing world, our company culture serves as our compass for our day-to-day actions. Responsible behaviour and adaptation have been at the heart of our business, from focusing on the Human Link to influencing strategic business policies and governance. (See initiatives 5 & 6) Join forces to promote sustainable consumption. Maintain our strong commitment to our company’s culture for health, wellness, and ethics. Deploy sustainable procurement to improve working and environmental conditions in our value chain. Pursue responsible business practices. Respecting our Environmental Link Initiative No.3 Initiative No.4 Human Link as a business model Initiative No.5 Initiative No.6 Continue delivering strong value creating growth Deploying our Innovation Link Initiative No.1 Initiative No.2 Collaborate with our partners to develop new business opportunities with sustainability-advantaged products. Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 6 4. Deploy sustainability procurement Contribute to a minimum of 3 initiatives jointly with our partners 80% of revenue to come from Suppliers who comply with our Third-Party Code of Conduct by 2020 Two new projects in 2020 added to another one from 2019. 66% of our partners are compliant in our targeted group. 3. Promote sustainable consumption 6. Pursue responsible business Achieve 100% deployment of our Code of Conduct by end of 2019 Complete our 1 st materiality assessment by the end of 2020 EcoVadis CSR rating: 62 points and gold recognition level by 2020 for France Improvement of our score in other subsidiaries under assessment At the end of 2019, 96% of employees had signed the Code, and this figure then reached 100% in January 2020. Our 2020 result of 68 points gives us Gold status, ranking us in the top 1% of our category. This assessment was a major focus for 2020 and we are now integrating the insights into our businesses. Netherlands, UK and US affiliates have improved their scores. 5. Maintain the company culture Recognition of our extra-financial performance. 2020 was a year in which Safic-Alcan repositioned itself strategically to go further with our ESG management and our actions, with a long-term vision. The difficulties of this tragic year tested our resilience and adaptability, but we continued to act on our commitment to be the long-lasting and Durable Link. Safic-Alcan decided to implement a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) ongoing assessment process in order to enhance the quality of the company’s Sustainability Strategy at Group level. We use the EcoVadis CSR rating methodology which is widely recognised and used by our suppliers as well as our customers. This framework assesses the policies and measures published by companies with regards to the environment, labour practices & human rights, fair businesspractices and sustainable procurement issues. Safic-Alcan France 68 100 + 10 points compared to 2019 Safic-Alcan Necarbo 57 100 + 5 points compared to 2019 ChemSpec 55 100 + 4 points compared to 2019 Safic-Alcan UK 70 100 First assessment 2. Collaboration with our partners CAGR of 10% from 2015 to 2020 Minimum 2 joint projects per year From 2015 to 2020, our revenue has grown from €466m to €602m. 2020 was an atypical year due to the Covid crisis. Of 3 projects launched in 2020, 2 were finalised and focused on health & wellness and sustainable procurement for our principals. Our initiativesOur targetOur 2020 resultsComments 1. Continue sustained growth 67% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 66% Our 2018-20 ESG strategy, with its strong commitment to anti-corruption, has contributed to 5 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, focusing on 6 key initiatives. Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 6 Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 7 2020202020202021Our2018-2020 ESG Strategy Our2020 ESG Performance Fostering positive changes in the value chain In this section, we will outline the actions and results that came out of our first ESG strategy, which we implemented in 2018. In 2020, Safic-Alcan invested a large amount of time in performing its first materiality assessment. This process, described in this report, has brought genuine added value by confirming the adequacy of ESG initiatives already in place and suggesting pathways for improvement in our 2021 ESG Strategy. We are using it to apply a sustainability focus to prioritise our resources for issues that matter most to our business and stakeholders. 2020 was a year like no other for all of us and the difficulties of this tragic year tested our resilience and adaptability, but we continued to act on our commitment to be the durable link connecting chemical manufacturers (our principals) and chemical users (our customers), as such, we provide complete distribution solutions. We deployed our Innovation Link by collaborating in full transparency along the value chain to develop innovative solutions and drive positive changes. Developing sustainable products drives our business growth and provides a foundation for our future success. (See Initiatives 1 & 2) Respecting our Environmental Link continues to be an important part of our culture and our brand. The principles have been included in our Corporate Environmental Stewardship Policy as well as our Third-Party Code of Conduct. (See initiatives 3 &4) In a changing world, our company culture serves as our compass for our day-to-day actions. Responsible behaviour and adaptation have been at the heart of our business, from focusing on the Human Link to influencing strategic business policies and governance. (See initiatives 5 & 6) Join forces to promote sustainable consumption. Maintain our strong commitment to our company’s culture for health, wellness, and ethics. Deploy sustainable procurement to improve working and environmental conditions in our value chain. Pursue responsible business practices. Respecting our Environmental Link Initiative No.3 Initiative No.4 Human Link as a business model Initiative No.5 Initiative No.6 Continue delivering strong value creating growth Deploying our Innovation Link Initiative No.1 Initiative No.2 Collaborate with our partners to develop new business opportunities with sustainability-advantaged products. Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 6 4. Deploy sustainability procurement Contribute to a minimum of 3 initiatives jointly with our partners 80% of revenue to come from Suppliers who comply with our Third-Party Code of Conduct by 2020 Two new projects in 2020 added to another one from 2019. 66% of our partners are compliant in our targeted group. 3. Promote sustainable consumption 6. Pursue responsible business Achieve 100% deployment of our Code of Conduct by end of 2019 Complete our 1 st materiality assessment by the end of 2020 EcoVadis CSR rating: 62 points and gold recognition level by 2020 for France Improvement of our score in other subsidiaries under assessment At the end of 2019, 96% of employees had signed the Code, and this figure then reached 100% in January 2020. Our 2020 result of 68 points gives us Gold status, ranking us in the top 1% of our category. This assessment was a major focus for 2020 and we are now integrating the insights into our businesses. Netherlands, UK and US affiliates have improved their scores. 5. Maintain the company culture Recognition of our extra-financial performance. 2020 was a year in which Safic-Alcan repositioned itself strategically to go further with our ESG management and our actions, with a long-term vision. The difficulties of this tragic year tested our resilience and adaptability, but we continued to act on our commitment to be the long-lasting and Durable Link. Safic-Alcan decided to implement a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) ongoing assessment process in order to enhance the quality of the company’s Sustainability Strategy at Group level. We use the EcoVadis CSR rating methodology which is widely recognised and used by our suppliers as well as our customers. This framework assesses the policies and measures published by companies with regards to the environment, labour practices & human rights, fair businesspractices and sustainable procurement issues. Safic-Alcan France 68 100 + 10 points compared to 2019 Safic-Alcan Necarbo 57 100 + 5 points compared to 2019 ChemSpec 55 100 + 4 points compared to 2019 Safic-Alcan UK 70 100 First assessment 2. Collaboration with our partners CAGR of 10% from 2015 to 2020 Minimum 2 joint projects per year From 2015 to 2020, our revenue has grown from €466m to €602m. 2020 was an atypical year due to the Covid crisis. Of 3 projects launched in 2020, 2 were finalised and focused on health & wellness and sustainable procurement for our principals. Our initiativesOur targetOur 2020 resultsComments 1. Continue sustained growth 67% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 66% Our 2018-20 ESG strategy, with its strong commitment to anti-corruption, has contributed to 5 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, focusing on 6 key initiatives. Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 6 Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 7 2020202020202021Creating sustainable value for our stakeholders is important to Safic-Alcan, and how we achieve those results is just as important. We are committed to conducting all business activities in accordance with the highest legal and ethical standards, and sustainability is ingrained in our governance structure at every level. Initially focusing on the three pillars of sustainable development (economy, environment and social), in 2020 Safic-Alcan conducted its first materiality assessment. This formal process of listening to and consulting with stakeholders was used to clarify and strengthen the Group’s ESG strategy to cover both historical and emerging issues. As such, the I&S Council initiated the process of identifying, refining, and assessing numerous potential ESG challenges that could affect our business. Those challenges were ranked based on the importance that our internal and external stakeholders place on ESG challenges and the level of impact that an issue may have on our company. Prioritisation and effective management of these ESG challenges and opportunities are integrated into our new strategy and governance, driving continued commercial success. Focusing on what matters Executive Committee responsibility Innovation & Sustainability Council Impact on the business Stakeholders expectations Ethics & compliance Responsible innovation & adaptability Shareholder policy Durable links Environmental compliance Responsible value chain Agility & organisational efficiency Reputation & transparency Employee engagement & company culture Health & safety at work Quality & safety Economic challengesSocietal challengesEnvironmental challenges First, we identified internal and external stakeholders; a randomly representative sample of the Group’s employees, works councils, customers, principals and, sub-contractors for warehousing/logistics and production were selected. We also identified 22 relevant ESG challenges based on several third-party ESG assessments and reporting frameworks, Responsible Care® and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Then, we designed our survey and asked our external and internal stakeholder groups to rate the importance of each of our 22 ESG challenges. Once we gathered these insights, we formalised a matrix graph that plots how each challenge ranks for the two groups. Finally, we conducted an internal corporate assessment to prioritise the issues and adjust the company’s overarching ESG strategy as well as business priorities and initiatives. Defining materiality priorities Reporting to the I&S Council are three sub-councils representing the three focus areas of the Council: Innovation & Growth, Environmental Stewardship and Societal. They are designed to stimulate deeper integration of sustainability into the company strategy. The sub-councils proactively identify emerging issues, assess internal gaps, engage cross-functional teams and execute strategically where Safic-Alcan can make the most impact. Sustainability Sub-Councils Financial strength & sustainable growth Human rights Diversity & inclusion Circular economy and waste Life of local communities Social risk Social dialogue Climate change Environmental impact Environmental risk Security & data use ESG Leadership Sustainability Management at Safic-Alcan Materiality Matrix Our Stakeholder input Structure & Mission The Council is structured as one governing body with three sub-council teams representing the three focus areas of the Council. The sub-councils are responsible for defining economic, environmental, and societal goals. Because sustainability is fundamental to Safic-Alcan’s values and to the company’s business strategy, members of our Executive Team carry responsibility for our environmental, social and governance policies, processes and commitments. Safic-Alcan’s Chairman, Philippe Combette, has executive responsibility for the company’s strategy and performance, including sustainability performance as it aligns to the corporate strategy. In fact, the Global ESG Manager reports directly to him. Safic-Alcan’s global ESG strategy is driven by the leadership of Safic-Alcan’s Innovation & Sustainability (I&S) Council. The I&S Council, which held its inaugural meeting in 2019 and meets quarterly, provides direction on sustainability-related issues that fall within the standard environmental, social and governance (ESG) framework across the company, leveraging sustainability as a key driver of innovation and growth. Internally, the Council ensures collaboration and communication across all three focus areas for sustainability. Environment & Climate change Societal ESG Manager Safic-Alcan Employees Executive Commitee Sub-Councils Main Council Innovation & Growth Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 8 Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 9Creating sustainable value for our stakeholders is important to Safic-Alcan, and how we achieve those results is just as important. We are committed to conducting all business activities in accordance with the highest legal and ethical standards, and sustainability is ingrained in our governance structure at every level. Initially focusing on the three pillars of sustainable development (economy, environment and social), in 2020 Safic-Alcan conducted its first materiality assessment. This formal process of listening to and consulting with stakeholders was used to clarify and strengthen the Group’s ESG strategy to cover both historical and emerging issues. As such, the I&S Council initiated the process of identifying, refining, and assessing numerous potential ESG challenges that could affect our business. Those challenges were ranked based on the importance that our internal and external stakeholders place on ESG challenges and the level of impact that an issue may have on our company. Prioritisation and effective management of these ESG challenges and opportunities are integrated into our new strategy and governance, driving continued commercial success. Focusing on what matters Executive Committee responsibility Innovation & Sustainability Council Impact on the business Stakeholders expectations Ethics & compliance Responsible innovation & adaptability Shareholder policy Durable links Environmental compliance Responsible value chain Agility & organisational efficiency Reputation & transparency Employee engagement & company culture Health & safety at work Quality & safety Economic challengesSocietal challengesEnvironmental challenges First, we identified internal and external stakeholders; a randomly representative sample of the Group’s employees, works councils, customers, principals and, sub-contractors for warehousing/logistics and production were selected. We also identified 22 relevant ESG challenges based on several third-party ESG assessments and reporting frameworks, Responsible Care® and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Then, we designed our survey and asked our external and internal stakeholder groups to rate the importance of each of our 22 ESG challenges. Once we gathered these insights, we formalised a matrix graph that plots how each challenge ranks for the two groups. Finally, we conducted an internal corporate assessment to prioritise the issues and adjust the company’s overarching ESG strategy as well as business priorities and initiatives. Defining materiality priorities Reporting to the I&S Council are three sub-councils representing the three focus areas of the Council: Innovation & Growth, Environmental Stewardship and Societal. They are designed to stimulate deeper integration of sustainability into the company strategy. The sub-councils proactively identify emerging issues, assess internal gaps, engage cross-functional teams and execute strategically where Safic-Alcan can make the most impact. Sustainability Sub-Councils Financial strength & sustainable growth Human rights Diversity & inclusion Circular economy and waste Life of local communities Social risk Social dialogue Climate change Environmental impact Environmental risk Security & data use ESG Leadership Sustainability Management at Safic-Alcan Materiality Matrix Our Stakeholder input Structure & Mission The Council is structured as one governing body with three sub-council teams representing the three focus areas of the Council. The sub-councils are responsible for defining economic, environmental, and societal goals. Because sustainability is fundamental to Safic-Alcan’s values and to the company’s business strategy, members of our Executive Team carry responsibility for our environmental, social and governance policies, processes and commitments. Safic-Alcan’s Chairman, Philippe Combette, has executive responsibility for the company’s strategy and performance, including sustainability performance as it aligns to the corporate strategy. In fact, the Global ESG Manager reports directly to him. Safic-Alcan’s global ESG strategy is driven by the leadership of Safic-Alcan’s Innovation & Sustainability (I&S) Council. The I&S Council, which held its inaugural meeting in 2019 and meets quarterly, provides direction on sustainability-related issues that fall within the standard environmental, social and governance (ESG) framework across the company, leveraging sustainability as a key driver of innovation and growth. Internally, the Council ensures collaboration and communication across all three focus areas for sustainability. Environment & Climate change Societal ESG Manager Safic-Alcan Employees Executive Commitee Sub-Councils Main Council Innovation & Growth Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 8 Safic-Alcan - Sustainability Report 2020-2021 9Next >

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