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BMW Group once again world’s most sustainable automotive company
Sector leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for seventh consecutive year
Munich. The BMW Group has once again been named the automotive
industry’s sector leader in the ranking published today by the SAM Group for the
Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI). The BMW Group has therefore been
the world’s most sustainable automobile manufacturer for seven consecutive
years. The BMW Group is also the only company in the automotive industry to
be listed in this family of indexes every year since it was established in 1999.
“The success of the BMW Group is built on a long-term approach and
responsible action. We are pleased to be recognised by the renowned Dow
Jones Sustainability Indexes,” said Dr. Norbert Reithofer, Chairman of the Board
of Management of BMW AG. “Being ranked sector leader for the last seven
years underscores our corporate strategy and approach. I would like to thank all
of our company’s 95,000 employees whose day-to-day work makes this
progress possible,” added Reithofer.
Sustainability is an integral part of the BMW Group’s corporate strategy. The
company appointed an environmental officer back in 1973 – the automotive
industry’s first. Since then, the company has systematically refined its concept of
sustainability. In 2009, corporate sustainability was firmly established as a
corporate target at Group level. Today, the Sustainability Board, comprising all
members of the Board of Management, defines the strategic alignment through
binding internal targets, and the Executive Sustainability Committee paves the
way for implementation in the relevant divisions.
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