Targa Telematics joins the United Nations Global Compact

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Targa Telematics, a technology company specialising in the development of IoT solutions and digital platforms for connected mobility, has joined the United Nations Global Compact, an initiative to develop, implement and adopt sustainable and corporate social responsibility policies.

The UN Global Compact is the world's largest strategic corporate citizenship initiative. Since its inception in July 2000, more than 9,500 companies and 3,000 associations from 160 countries worldwide have joined. It is committed to promoting, within its sphere of influence, ambitious collaborative projects to develop the ten universally shared principles and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

By signing this agreement, Targa Telematics renews and strengthens its commitment to integrate core principles related to respecting human rights, work standards, environmental protection and fighting corruption to its strategy and daily operations.  

Targa Telematics, particularly through its R&D hub in Treviso which currently employs around 60 professionals, is contributing through its commitment to develop and experiment with Sustainable Development projects, providing its clients with the know-how and technological expertise to implement next-generation mobility solutions that guarantee a lower environmental impact. 

“The decision to join the United Nations Global Compact program is part of a larger framework of choices that drive us towards a more sustainable, inclusive, people-centric company model, promoting a culture of corporate citizenship,” said Nicola De Mattia, CEO of Targa Telematics. 

"It was quite natural to join this project, since we have always adopted certain principles, which are the basis of our values, knowing that significant goals for the community can be achieved only with the contribution of many.”

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