Corporate Social Responsibility

Dumarey believes that acting in a sustainable, responsible, and ethical manner is the key for successful development and is fully committed to ensure a working environment based on mutual respect, trust, transparency and accountability in every-day actions.

Our Company attributes great importance to its employees, who represent an inestimable legacy of experience, passion and knowledge and guarantees the full respect of the principles of equal opportunity and equal treatment, regardless of skin color, ethnic or social origin, age, disability, sexual identity, worldview, or gender.

Dumarey protects health and safety in the workplace and guarantees the highest standards of quality and safety of its products and engineering solutions.

Environmental compliance is a priority for our Company, that operates in accordance with all applicable legislation and on-site procedures, actively involves employees in protecting the environment and commits to reduce waste and recycle materials through the production cycle.

Dumarey’s efforts are oriented towards the development of a more sustainable mobility and the transition to a zero-emission society, by producing technology and products that reduce negative environmental impact.

For all reasons above, we are proud to present our first Sustainability Report, in advance of law obligation, highlighting the efforts the Company undertook in living up to the standards it sets to itself and paving the way forward.

The 2021 Sustainability Report explains the sustainability strategy that PUNCH Torino – now named Dumarey Automotive Italia is implementing within 2021 and 2022. It has been prepared in accordance with the comprehensive option of the latest GRI Standard and the ESG topics have been identified through the development of the company materiality matrix.

The next report, focusing on 2022 achievements and 2023 plans, will undergo the certification process to anticipate the compliance requirements set in the proposed directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence adopted by the European Commission on 23rd February 2022.