At Targray, we strive to be responsible stewards for the products we distribute in markets worldwide. Our focus is on adapting, innovating and doing our part in the global shift towards renewable energy.
Our aim is to source and supply energy & electronics products ethically and responsibly. We apply global standards to manage safety, the environment and how we engage with communities, and work to continuously improve our performance as an international supplier.
Targray is committed to delivering energy commodities and electronic materials that are vital to modern life, economic progress and improved global living standards. In doing this, we are also committed to protecting our people, the environment and the well-being of the communities we work and live in.
ESG Report Sections
Our organization is unwavering in its commitment to protecting the health and safety of employees and the public, responsibly managing our social impacts, and promoting respect for human rights in our global operations.
Targray projects require us to occasionally work in remote and delicate environments. Our approach to environmental stewardship is guided by an understanding of the potential impacts of our operations and a commitment to sustainable market development.
We develop policies and processes to aimed at upholding high ethical standards and promoting transparency. Our efforts are supported by a talented advisory board that provides strategic oversight of our corporation’s affairs.
TARGRAY AND SUSTAINABILITY
Supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
The United Nations (UN) adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to achieve significant progress on global economic, social and environmental challenges by 2030. Targray is committed to supporting many of the UN’s 17 SDGs. Our ESG report highlights the many SDGs to which we are making significant contributions in 2020 and beyond.
U.S. Biodiesel Terminal Network
We recognize the importance of helping to develop America’s renewable fuel infrastructure in a way that benefits both industry stakeholders and regular citizens.
Response to the Global Coronavirus Pandemic
Targray has implemented a series of new global measures to keep people and communities safe. Learn how we’re continuing to support the supply chain requirements of customers throughout the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe.
Annie Galarneau Named Targray General Counsel
Targray has announced Montreal-based Lawyer Annie Galarneau as its General Counsel. Harnessing over 20 years of experience in commercial law, Annie will work to ensure that Targray maintains and builds upon its position as a leading alternative energy industry supplier.
Targray Makes Debut Appearance on Financial Post FP500
Targray has been named to the FP500, Financial Post’s ranking of the top 500 corporations in Canada by revenue. This is Targray’s debut appearance in the FP500 after 30 years in business. It ranks No. 458 among all companies surveyed, up from No. 534 the previous year.
Canada's Best Managed Companies 2020
Targray has been recognized for the second consecutive year as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies by Deloitte. Now in it’s 27th year, the Best Managed Companies program celebrates excellence in privately-owned Canadian companies.
Historic Biodiesel Tax Credit Extension Signed Into Law
The budget deal reinstates the important blenders tax credit for biodiesel retroactively from its expiry on January 1st, 2018, through December 31st, 2022. Never in its 15-year history has the biodiesel tax credit been given such a long duration.
Targray Opens European Biofuel Facility in Antwerp, Belgium
Targray has announced the opening of its Antwerp Biodiesel Terminal, a 24/7 biofuel storage and blending facility serving fuel producers, distributors, traders, retailers and transportation companies in markets throughout the European Union.