The challenges faced by the logistics system in recent years, marked by the pandemic and international political instability, have been manifold. In 2023 a new normality continued with a series of geopolitical uncertainties that resulted in constant review of the geography of supply chain procurement and the related logistic access conditions. This led to variations in transportation modes and times in response to fluctuations in air traffic, the riskiness of certain maritime traffic routes and the continued volatility of international transport costs.
During the year, the Group’s efforts aimed to increase the automation and standardisation of processes, continuing the process of integrating the main logistics service providers into the Group’s IT systems and to develop internal competence centres on areas ensuring control and continuity of the business and the sustainability of processes.
In 2023 the Stone Island logistics and distribution system was progressively integrated into the Group model; many of the related flows have been

aligned with the system developed for Moncler, thus improving operational efficiency through synergies created between spaces, resources in logistics nodes and transport.
The Group has always sought to implement logistics solutions that ensure effectiveness, operational efficiency and compliance with delivery times alongside with the attention to the environment. In this regard, the Group is committed to creating an internal and external culture that encourages and supports its logistics partners in adopting increasingly sustainable transport systems and methods, and is progressively introducing sustainability minimum requirements to its contracts to mitigate and prevent CO2 emissions.
The main streams of the Moncler Group’s commitment towards a low environmental impact logistics system are:
• identifying efficient routes to reduce distances travelled;
optimising flows to minimise travel;

space-efficient packaging to deliver the same volume of product in less space;
packaging made with material with a lower environmental footprint;
• promotion of the use of means of transport with a lower environmental impact (definition of sustainability minimum requirements and progressive introduction to agreements for the provision of logistics services for distribution in the EMEA Region).
In recent years, Moncler has modified the packaging used to transport finished products, resulting in a significant reduction in volumes handled and, thus, in the need for vehicles and, consequently, the environmental impacts generated in terms of GHG emissions.
Also in 2023 Moncler compensated last-mile emissions for the e-commerce channel in Korea and Japan, and in the Americas and EMEA Regions, for which specifically continued to use the UPS® carbon neutral service. In 2024 this possibility will also be extended to the e-commerce flows of the Stone Island brand.

Initiatives to promote sustainable mobility

The Moncler Group is aware of the impact of urban mobility and encourages its employees to adopt solutions with a low environmental impact.
In particular, in 2023, the car pooling initiative for Moncler employees at the Trebaseleghe office (Padua) continued. This initiative, encouraged by the Group through a contribution provided to those who make their car available, enables Moncler people to benefit from moments of socialisation with their colleagues, while also limiting the environmental impact of travel. In addition, also in 2023 Moncler continued to promote the use of bicycles by making company bicycles available to all employees at the Milan and Trebaseleghe (Padua) offices who applied for them with the aim of encouraging individual mobility as an alternative to using local private and public transport for urban travels and travel between offices.
At its production site in Romania Moncler continued to provide a shuttle bus service. This commuting system, from which benefited around 900 people, prevented the emission of over 1,670

tonnes of CO2, equals to a reduction of 43% compared to the emissions that would have been generated if each employee had moved by private means.
In addition, in Italy, a Mobility Manager was appointed in 2021 to promote sustainable mobility of employees by developing a Work Home Travel Plan (WHTP), which is updated annually. In particular, in 2023, on the basis of the mapping of corporate offices carried out in 2022 to analyse workplace accessibility, the transport solutions used by employees, travel distance and time and possible areas of intervention were identified in order to reduce pollutant emissions and promote alternative approaches to commuting. In this regard, in 2023 mobility services, such as sharing mobility and local public transport pass, were provided to Moncler employees in Italy. In addition, Moncler employees in Italy have accessed a tool that uses gamification to encourage virtuous behaviour by employees who use low impact commuting methods (cycling, walking, trams, buses, etc.).

Through this platform, the Group also obtains monthly information on avoided CO2 emissions, useful for updating the WHTP.
For years the Group has leveraged the potential of new technologies, such as innovative video conference and telepresence systems that facilitate remote communication, allowing to reduce the impacts of travel on both the environment and people’s quality of life.
To date the Moncler Group has 46 meeting rooms with modern video conference or telepresence systems.
In addition to the video conference systems present in offices, since 2019 it has been used the web desk conferencing system, i.e. a flexible video conference system that integrates with the systems in the video rooms at company offices and also allows external video conference systems to be connected to the company network. Through this video communication system, the Group allows personnel outside the Company to contact internal staff without having to travel.