In 2020, Porto structured its main strategic guidelines for the period between 2021 and 2025. This planning aims at ensuring that the Company continues to obtain continuous gains in productivity and sustainable growth, accompanied by the continuous provision of quality services to its clients.
This work has an important component that has been gaining increasing importance within Porto's business: the ESG agenda. In addition to implementing actions and policies that further strengthen the company's socio-environmental responsibility, which has been present for decades, Porto has also carried out diagnostics and analysis of risks and opportunities to insert this agenda in all its business areas, in order to obtain the best results in line with the strategic guidelines.
The expansion of urban centers as a trigger for changes in people`s lifestyles.
Tailormade products and experiences are losing their luxury status as companies focus on tailored strategis to endure their relevance.
The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution and the expansion of smart devices becoming ubiquitous in people`s lives.
Artificial Intelligence and automated services considering privacy Inteligênconcerns and job insecurity.
The importance of well-being, personal optimization and mental health in people`s lives.
Activist culture, where consumers demand positioning from brands which, in turn, play a role in positive change in society
As the impacts of climate change become increasingly tangible, we watch a new urgency with regard to environmental issues.
Diversity of race, ethnicity, gender, LGBTQIA+, generations and people with disabilities.
Porto's eco-efficiency management is strategic for the organization with support from the organization's Sustainability Policy, which aims to adopt practices that encourage the reduction, reuse and recycling of resources, in addition to energy and water efficiency, in order to contribute to reducing the consumption of resources and positively impacting the organization's results.
2.2 thousand tons of waste correctly disposed by Renova Ecopeças, pioneer in automotive recycling.
Electric winch fleet: 50 electric bicycles, one electric motorcycle, five trucks and 16 electric cars, in addition to 30 free charging points for electric vehicles at Centros Automotivos Porto in São Paulo (CAPS).
+3 million KWh saved with the use of LED lamps,
presence sensors and installation
of solar panels.
95% of Porto Seguro Automotive Centers (CAPS) carrying out quarterly environmental assessments.
47,16% of km covered in services performed through the modals + sustainable, directly reducing carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere.
20 million liters of water saved with rainwater harvesting measures, internal water treatment plant, reuse water, dual flush system and vacuum discharges.