Rapporto di Sostenibilità 2011

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Contacts

Autogrill S.p.A.

Registered offices

Via Luigi Giulietti, 9
28100 Novara - Italia

Share Capital: € 132,288,000 fully paid-in
Tax Code – Novara Registrar of Companies: 03091940266
Novara Chamber of Commerce: 188902 REA
VAT Number: 01630730032

Headquarters and administrative offices

Centro Direzionale Milanofiori, Palazzo Z, Strada 5
20089 Rozzano (MI) - Italia
Telephone (+39) 02 48263250 

Steps in the development of sustainability at Autogrill

1. Reporting (2005-2006)

The drafting of the first Sustainability Report provided the organization with a key to sustainability. This first report laid the foundations of an approach oriented towards compliance with all the different cultures present in the countries in which the Group operates, which led to a steady and constant growth in awareness about sustainability issues.

2. The laboratory (2007-2009)

GRI-G3 indicators index

Autogrill Group 2011 Sustainability Report was compiled in compliance with the Global Reporting Initiative GRI-G3 guidelines. The following table shows the indicators of the GRI-G3 guidelines, the relevant page number of this Report, and the level of coverage, using the following symbols:

Environmental data

Car fleet – Travel Retail & Duty-Free

(Perimeter: Aldeasa S.A. (Spain) and World Duty Free)

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No. vehicles
CO2 emission 
level < 160 g/km
CO2 emission 
level > 160 g/km
Total
2011  38
52%  35
48%  73
2010  34
57%  26
43%  60

Social figures

The tables below include Aldeasa Business Unit data (Spain and International) and World Duty Free Business Unit data (United Kingdom), if not otherwise specified.

 

Type of contract – Travel Retail & Duty-Free

Full time/Part-time

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2011  2010  2009 
Women 
Men 
Women 
Men 
Women 
Men 
Full time  2,810  2,125  2,727  2,021  2,887  2,027 
Part-time  1,491  358  1,321  270  1,360  283 
Subtotal
4,301  2,483  4,048  2,291  4,247  2,310 
Total
6,784  6,339  6,557 

 

Type of contract – Travel Retail & Duty-Free

Fixed term/Unlimited term

Financial highlights

Revenues from Travel Retail & Duty-Free

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(€m) 


FY 2011 




% of
incidence



FY 2010 



% of
incidence
Variation
2010  On a like-forlike
basis 
Revenue  1,820.8  100.0%  1,675.7  100.0%  8.7%  10.0% 
Other operating income  24.1  1.3%  31.4  1.9%  (23.3%)  (23.2%) 
 Total revenue and other operating income  1,844.9  101.3%  1,707.1  101.9%  8.1%  9.4% 
Raw materials, supplies and goods  (765.1)  42.0%  (733.8)  43.8%  4.3%  4.8% 
Personnel expense  (192.4)  10.6%  (180.6)  10.8%  6.6%  7.1% 
Leases, rentals, concessions and royalties  (551.2)  30.3%  (505.7)  30.2%  9.0%  9.7% 
Other operating costs  (107.8)  5.9%  (93.4)  5.6%  15.4%  16.0% 
EBITDA  228.3  12.5%  193.6  11.6%  17.9%  18.6% 
Depreciation and amortization  (121.3)  6.7%  (115.4)  6.9%  5.1%  5.5% 
EBIT  107.0  5.9%  78.2  4.7%  36.7%  37.8% 
Financial income (expense)  (28.1)  1.5%  (44.0)  2.6%  (36.1%)  (36.0%) 
Adjustment to the value of financial assets  1.4  0.1%  1.3  0.1%  9.8%  9.8% 
Pre-tax profit  80.3  4.4%  35.5  2.1%  125.9%  129.4% 
Income tax  (16.3)  0.9%  (7.1)  0.4%  130.1%  133.1% 
Net profit attributable to:  63.9  3.5%  28.4  1.7%  124.9%  128.5% 
- owners of the Parent  61.5  3.4%  26.9  1.6%  128.7%  132.6% 
- non-controlling interests  2.5  0.1%  1.6  0.1%  58.5%  58.5% 

Environmental data

The difference in the number of stores in the years taken into account reflects the trend of the market of concessions and the awarding of contracts following to tenders.

 

Indirect energy consumption – Food & Beverage Europe *

(Perimeter: Austria, Belgium, Spain and Italy)

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   Units
2011  2010  2009 
Number of stores
no.  620  675  569 
Difference in the stores
(8%)  23%  6% 
Indirect energy
MWh  238,039  232,968  230,433 
Difference in yearly consumption
2%  1%  (3%) 
* This is estimated data and includes consumption in the stores and in the headquarters in Austria, Belgium, Spain and Italy. Energy consumption in Italy does not include consumption data of the two distribution centers and the franchised stores

 

Direct energy consumption – Food & Beverage – Italy *

Social figures

Type of contract – Food & Beverage

Full time/Part-time

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North America
and Pacific area
Europe
Total
Food & Beverage 
 YearWomen 
Men 
Women 
Men 
Women 
Men 
2011             
Full time  13,889  9,882  5,893  5,387  19,782  15,269 
Part-time  6,210  3,664  8,516  2,597  14,726  6,261 
Subtotal
20,099  13,546  14,409  7,984  34,508  21,530 
Total
33,645    22,393    56,038   
             
2010             
Full time  13,707  9,745  6,498  5,741  20,205  15,486 
Part-time  5,757  3,333  8,833  2,539  14,590  5,872 
Subtotal
19,464  13,078  15,331  8,280  34,795  21,358 
Total
32,542    23,611    56,153   
             
2009             
Full time  13,430  9,404  6,386  5,498  19,816  14,902 
Part-time  5,887  3,449  8,677  2,509  14,564  5,958 
Subtotal
19,317  12,853  15,063  8,007  34,380  20,860 
Total
32,170 23,070 55,240

 

Type of contract – Food & Beverage – Europe

Fixed term/Unlimited term

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2011  2010  2009 
Women 
Men 
Women 
Men 
Women 
Men 
Fixed term
1,516  1,043  1,769  1,015  1,651  969 
Unlimited term12,893 6,941 13,562 7,265 13,412 7,038 
Subtotal14,409 7,984 15,331 8,280 15,063 8,007 
Total
22,393  23,611  23,070 
North America and the Pacific area are not included in the perimeter because employees in this area are classified pursuant to the currently applicable legislation (“At-will employment”), and therefore it was not possible to classify them based on the two types of contracts used at the European level. This legislation envisages that both parties may terminate the labor contract at any time without any liability

 

Presence of women – Food & Beverage

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