2013 Sustainability Report


GRI Remissive Index


Profile and governance items

Strategy and analysis
1.1 Message from CEO Message from the CEO
1.2 Description of main impacts, risks and opportunitiesMessage from the CEO
Organizational profile
2.1 Name of the organization Who we are
2.2 Primary brands, products and/or servicesWho we are
2.3 Organization's operational structure Who we are
2.4 Location of organization's headquarters Rua Emilio Bertolini, 100. Curitiba (PR)
2.5 Countries in which organization and its main operations are locatedBrazil
2.6Nature of ownership and legal formGovernance structure
2.7 Markets served Who we are
2.8 Scale of the reporting organizationWho we are
2.9 Significant changes during reporting periodWho we are, Main events in 2013, ALL and Rumo: proposed merger, Positive results
2.10 Awards received in the reporting periodWho we are
Report parameters
3.1 Reporting periodAbout the report
3.2 Date of most recent previous report 2012
3.3 Reporting cycle Annual
3.4Contact information for questions about report or its contentAbout the report
3.5 Process for defining report contentAbout the report
3.6 Report boundariesAbout the report
3.7 Declaration about any specific limitations to the scope or boundary of the reportAbout the report
3.8 Basis for elaborating reportAbout the report
3.9 Data measurement techniques and bases for calculationsThe calculations were done according to GRI methodology. Additional information is presented throughout the report
3.10 Reformulation of information from previous reports Information from the two previous reports (2007 and 2012) was not reformulated
3.11 Significant changes in the scope, boundary or measurement methods applied in the reportNo significant changes
3.12 Table identifying location of information in the reportAbout the report
3.13 Current policy and practice regarding external verification of report This report was not subject to external verification
Governance, Commitments and Engagement
4.1 Governance structure of the organization, including committees of the highest governance body Governance structure
4.2 Chairman of highest governance bodyWilson Ferro de Lara
4.3 Independent or non-executive members of highest governance bodyGovernance structure
4.4 Mechanisms for shareholder and employee consultationGovernance structure
4.5 Relationship between remuneration and organization's performance (including social and environmental performance)Transparency and communication
4.6 Processes to avoid conflicts of interestTransparency and communication
4.7 Qualifications of members of highest governance body Information available at www.all-logistica.com/ri
4.8 Declarations of mission and values, codes of conduct and relevant internal principles Corporate governance, Transparency and communication
4.9 Responsibilities for implementation of economic, environmental and social policiesTransparency and communication
4.10 Self-appraisal processes for highest governance body ALL does not adopt performance appraisal processes for the Board of Directors
4.11Explanation of whether and how the organization applies the precautionary principleALL does not adopt the precautionary principle. However, it monitors and seeks to mitigate the main risks related to its business. Information in the chapter on Corporate governance
4.12 Charters, principles or other externally developed initiatives ALL is not a signatory to external initiatives
4.13 Participation in national/international associations and/or organisms Associação Nacional dos Transportes Ferroviários (ANTF)
4.14 List of stakeholder groups engaged by organizationAbout the report
4.15 Basis for identification of stakeholders to be engagedAbout the report
4.16 Approaches to stakeholder engagementStakeholders
4.17 Main matters and concerns raised through stakeholder engagement The matters in the report were defined based on consultation of stakeholders. The main concerns of these groups are presented throughout the text.