Health, Safety, Environment and Communities
The effective management of health and safety, the environment, human rights and community engagement (collectively HSEC), is essential to growing Gunvor's business in a sustainable and responsible manner. We therefore assign the highest priority to preserving the health, well-being, human rights and safety of our employees, our customers, and the communities in which we operate; as well as respecting and protecting the environment in the countries with which we do business.
Gunvor Group is one of the world’s largest independent commodities trading houses by turnover, creating logistics solutions that safely and efficiently move physical energy, metals and bulk materials from where they are sourced and stored to where they are demanded most. With strategic investments in industrial infrastructure—refineries, pipelines, storage, terminals, mining and upstream—Gunvor further generates sustainable value across the global supply chain for its customers.
贡渥集团是世界上贸易量最大的独立商品贸易商之一。集团提供物流解决方案,从原产 地安全、高效地将实物商品运送到市场最需要的地区。贡渥集团在能源基础设施方面的 战略投资涵盖炼油厂、输油管道、油库、码头、采矿和上游业务,在整个全球供应链上 为集团客户创造源源不断的价值。
2013 Gunvor Group Summary
For 2013, Gunvor’s EBITDA increased by 25% to US $719 mil., up from US $575 mil. the year prior. This represents an average 28% increase in EBITDA year-on-year for the last three years. Net profit for 2013 also increased year-on-year to US $308 million, up from US $301 million in 2012. It was impacted by depreciation and some exceptional items related to acquisitions. These results came on revenue of US $91 billion, which was a slight decrease from US $93 billion the year prior, demonstrating an improvement in trading margins.
Who Is Behind Gunvor?
Gunvor consists of 1,600 employees at more than 20 locations worldwide, with the majority of our workforce in European countries including Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Germany, The Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland and Sweden. Including assets and investments, Gunvor Group is responsible for supplying close to 3,000 jobs for highly skilled workers.