de toneladas transportadas
R$ 3,6 bilhões de receita liquida
milhões investidos no combate à Covid-19
na estratégia e ações de ESG
resíduos sólidos destinados para reciclagem
dos colaboradores atingiu 87,6%
realizadas sobre saúde fisíca mental e financeira
Doação de 17 mil cestas básicas em MG, RJ e SP
Doação de 1,5 mil testes de Covid-19
94 ideías implementadas
vagões e 770 locomotivas para transporte de carga
às práticas de governança do CBGC subiu para 46%
metas ESG atreladas à remuneração variàvel aos executivos
1.600 km de malha ferroviária e 80 terminais íntermodais administrados
16.7% no numero de PcDs
de mulheres no quadro funcional (meta chegar a 30%)
de negros na organização
do 1º inventário de emissões GHG Protocolo
de energia consumida de fontes renováveis
Aliada do movimento LGBTIQ+
Mais de 220 mil horas de treinamento em 2020
mais pessoas imunizadas contra gripe
rotas ferroviárias para transporte de Carga Geral
de satisfação dos clientes
Net Revenues R$ 3.6 billion
invested to combat the virus
reinforcement of its strategy and actions
solid waste to recycling
index reached 87.6%
about physical, mental and financial health were performed
17 thousand basic food basket donated in MG, RJ and SP
1.5 thousand Covid-19test donated
of 1,600 km km railway network and 80 intermodal terminals
wagons and 770 locomotives to tranport cargo
94 ideas implemented
is linked to executives’s variable remuneration
Increase 46% the adherence to governance practices from Brazilian Code of Corporate Governance
of 16.7% in number of PcDs
women presence of functional staff (the goal is to reach 30%)
presence afro-descendants in the organization
inventory using GHG protocol published
consumption from renewable source
Ally of the LGBTIQ+ movement
More than 220 thousand in training in 2020
immunized against flu
routes for the transportation of General Cargo
Polymer sprinkler using water from the reuse of treated effluent. The equipment sprays water together with a special compound known as a polymer, which acts as a load protector, preventing moving trains from generating and spreading dust from mining’ cargo. In this process, the unit stops throwing effluent into the environment and to use the natural resource captured from the well.
Waste management happens in more than 70 units of the Company. In Barra do Piraí, the waste generated by the maintenance workshops undergoes an analysis of the possibility of reuse, either own or by third parties. Of the total waste generated by maintenance activities, more than 19% was sent for recycling/reuse by third party and ~42% was sent to co-processing/treatment.
MRS promotes numerous actions with a social focus involving city halls, social institutions and residents’ associations through donations and partnerships. In 2020, 58 initiatives were carried out in 31 municipalities in the states of RJ, MG and SP, which enabled the creation of new leisure areas, squares and community gardens, application of grass, installation of lighting points on public roads, and many others initiatives.
Impacts generated in Permanent Preservation Areas along the railway network have their own compensation program, the Compensatory Planting “Caminhos Verdes”. In 2020, ~13 thousand native seedlings were planted in the Municipal Natural Park of Lajinha, in Juiz de Fora, corresponding to an area of 7.8 hectares of planting
Initiatives to reduce water consumption by MRS include the capture and use of rainwater to wash locomotives in the workshop and the reuse of treated effluent from the ETEI at the P1-07 workshop complex.
Technicians from the Locomotive Workshop at the Horto Florestal complex in Belo Horizonte were trained, in partnership with FIEMG, to repair respirators used in the treatment of Covid-19. 200 respirators were recovered by MRS employees, an important initiative with the objective of social support.
The company developed an emergency social collaboration program in response to the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. 17 thousand basic food basket and 17 thousand hygiene kits were donated to 39 municipalities in MG, RJ and SP. In Congonhas, the action had an important partnership between the government and social institutions, the deliveries were monitored by the MRS team.
Railway safety action with truck drivers, at Parque Maira, through the Letter to the Driver program, which aims to sensitize adult drivers through railway safety messages designed and written by school children in the municipality.
R$6.6 million were invested in a series of initiatives aimed at railway safety. The fence of the railway line was expanded by approximately 2.2 km in several cities along the network. In Suzano/SP, 1 kilometer of safe path was built, which indicates the correct place where pedestrians can move in an area close to the railway’s right-of-way.
Social, cultural and sporting projects are sponsored by MRS through federal incentive laws and carried out in the communities along the railroad, respecting the Company’s guidelines and applicable legal requirements. In 2020, the total transfer of resources reached the amount of R$7.8 million, covering 22 projects and 18 Municipal Councils for the Rights of the Elderly and Children and Adolescents.
Actions related to environmental impacts with the work has being carried out by MRS, at the Multimodal Terminal. The vegetation suppression was monitored by a technical team.
Expanding diversity and inclusion has been...
a relevant challenge for MRS since 2018. In 2020, the company concentrated its actions on discussions on gender equity, ethnicity, LGBTI + and PwD (people with disabilities), seeking to create an environment open to differences. Throughout the year, several actions were carried out to help rethink concepts, make room for new learning, and train inclusive leaders, facilitators, and articulators of differences to build an inclusive culture.
As for Organizational Climate Management process...
MRS maintains a consolidated culture and remains with continuous efforts to build improvements in the work environment. An Organizational Climate Survey is carried out annualy, anonymous and tabulated by an external consultancy, whereby four aspects are assessed: Learning & Development, Leadership, Identity and Satisfaction/Motivation.
Climate change is a reality and has been discussed...
by governments and companies around the world, year after year. At MRS, the commitment to sustainability not only for business, but for the planet, is reflected in continuous investments to reduce GHG (Greenhouse Gases) emissions and to better understand the impact of its operational activities in all areas.
In a continuous search for improvement in the energy efficiency index...
In a continuous search to improve the safety of the railway operation...
MRS is proud to have achieved reliability on the railroad with indicators on the same level as the main North American railways. In 2020, the accident rate per million train kilometers traveled (TKM) closed at 8.07, 5% below the safety target agreed with ANTT, provided for in the concession agreement for public rail freight transportation
As a federal concession, with operations in three federal states and interference in 107 municipalities...
MRS has a relevant concern regarding the implementation and compliance with anti-corruption practices. To this end, it has maintained the Integrity Program since 2017, which includes policies of conduct and anti-corruption standards to be adhered to by all employees in their daily practices and in relationships with stakeholders, both internal and external.
Preserving the environment and its natural resources and safeguarding the company’s sustainability is a conduct already consolidated at MRS. The company’s Operating License for the railroad network was renewed by IBAMA for eight years, a result of the commitment to conduct its activities based on a set of values that reflect high ethical standards, ensuring compliance with laws, applicable rules and other legal requirements, in order to preserve the environment and ensure a standard of excellence in the quality of its processes.
For MRS, Social Responsibility translates into the commitment to carry out its activities in with ethics and transparency. Thus, it seeks to contribute to the sustainable development of society, to remain in compliance with applicable laws and to be consistent with international standards. MRS policies, programs and actions aimed at external stakeholders (with emphasis on the communities located around the railroad) reinforce the Company’s responsibility linket to the impacts of its presence.
The governance structure of MRS comprises the Board of Directors and the Statutory Executive Office, which is supported by non-statutory officers. Although there are no statutory committees, MRS has financial, strategic, and sustainability committees, focused in assisting the Board of Directors in the resolutions related to these areas. As provided for in the bylaws, the company has an internal audit body (General Internal Audit and Risk Management), which reports directly to the Chairman of the Board of Directors. The company has no Audit Committee in place.