Company News May 25, 2021 5:16 PM
Air-e joined the Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate citizenship initiative with a commitment to building a sustainable future.
This pact is a global network of more than 9,500 companies, between public and private, and 3,000 non-commercial participants, La Republica reported.
They promote strategies and operations in four areas: Human Rights, Labor Standards, Environment and Fight against Corruption, as well as contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Air-e CEO Jhon Jairo Toro said that the company considers it essential to contribute to a market that fosters more prosperous societies.
The expert said that this strengthens the mission of connecting energy and progress from the three departments where it operates.
“At Air-e, we work to build a sustainable, equitable and inclusive future for all our stakeholders, through practices that guarantee the development of all,” Toro said.
Toro explained that organizations like Air-e share the conviction that business practices based on universal principles contribute to the generation of a more stable, equitable and inclusive global market.
By 2021, the company, which replaced Electricaribe in part of the region, has an investment budget of CoP$353.7B, with which it expects to benefit about 600,000 users.