“The investments we are making in ESG initiatives and
our progress demonstrate our commitment to
maintaining economic viability with an eye towards
the future. We expect these initiatives to continue to
generate value for our company and our stakeholders.”

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Robert E. Sanchez

Chair of the Board and CEO Ryder System, Inc.

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Corporate Sustainability Report

2021 CSR Highlights

Ryder utilized a third party to conduct an ESG materiality assessment in order to strategically refine our sustainability management and reporting efforts. The key ESG topics identified through the assessment guide our ESG efforts and are outlined in our 2021 CSR.

Ryder remains focused on reducing our environmental footprint through efficiency and innovation. Based on 2021 progress, Ryder achieved our Scope 1, 2 and 3 emission reduction targets ahead of our 2024 schedule.

Ryder strives to create a collaborative work environment that fosters diversity, equity, and inclusion. Among select job functions in the U.S., we consistently meet or exceed the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics representation for diversity and women in the workforce. Employee engagement survey results were at or above the average for relevant benchmarks.

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2021 Corporate Sustainability Report
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Sustainability Reporting



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#1 for environment inn transportation CNBC 2022

At Ryder environmental stewardship matters. In every part of the business, we work hard to minimize our impact on the environment. That’s why we are honored to be recognized by JUST Capital and CNBC in the annual #AmericasMostJUST Companies of 2022—earning the #1 ranking in the Transportation industry for Environment.