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Through our work we are involved in activities that ensure the backbone of society continues to function - from the supply of clean water and food to maintaining safe environments such as cities, transport hubs, hospitals, schools and workplaces.
The need for solutions to the complex challenges faced by countries, societies and businesses is more important than ever. In this, Royal HaskoningDHV has an important role to play.
OUR MARKETS AND GLOBALLY LEADING SERVICES
We deliver products and services within the markets described below. Increasingly, our clients benefit from solutions that cross markets and disciplines.
OUR STAKEHOLDERS AND HOW WE ENGAGE
We seek to make the world a better place through co-operation. We combine our data intelligence and ideas with our clients and many other stakeholders, sharing knowledge and expertise, working together to see exciting developments emerge.
Royal HaskoningDHV is organised globally across six Business Lines. Each Director of a Business Line has an integral responsibility and reports to the Executive Board, which is overseen by the Supervisory Board.
REPORT OF THE SUPERVISORY BOARD
The Supervisory Board is pleased to present the 2020 Royal HaskoningDHV Annual Report including the Financial Statements, as prepared by the Executive Board.
Throughout an extraordinary year, we have maintained confidence in our strategy, Strong22, with its clear focus on new digital technologies and climate change. Even in the turbulent times experienced in 2020, we have continued to drive forward transformations and investments.
As a global organisation, we ensure we deliver products and services to our clients according to standard working practices wherever we are working in the world. This is achieved with our global Integrated Management System.
We have been a partner of the UN Global Compact (UNGC) for more than a decade, supporting the 10 UNGC principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption which are integrated in our Global Code of Business Principles.
The COVID-19 crisis has shown once again that the world in which we operate changes constantly and unpredictably. Like governments with whom we collaborate, much of our attention in 2020 shifted to the COVID-19 crisis.