Caterpillar and CNH Industrial have been named to the 2018 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI), including both the World and North America indices. This marks the 19th time Caterpillar has been included in the DJSI, and CNH Industrial makes the list for the eighth consecutive year.
“Caterpillar provides the solutions our customers use to build a better world,” said Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby. “A better world includes sustainable practices and products. As a core value, we are focused on embedding sustainability into the design, manufacture and delivery of everything we do. We’re proud of the progress we’ve made, and we continually strive to improve.”
Some of the sustainability successes that led to Caterpillar’s inclusion are:
Fostering a diverse and inclusive culture that leverages employees’ unique talents, skills, abilities, backgrounds and experiences A long history of and a strong process for innovation in the research and development of new and improved products Improvements to operational environmental performance and management of environmental practices Collaboration with suppliers to assess sustainability performance and identify improvement opportunities Public reporting and third-party verification of social and environmental goals and progress Commitment to communities around the globe, as well as the Caterpillar Foundation’s focus on poverty alleviation
The annual DJSI process follows a best-in-class approach, evaluating numerous corporate economic, environmental and social performance factors.
For more on Caterpillar’s sustainability progress, read the 2017 Sustainability Report: http://reports.caterpillar.com/sr/
CNH Industrial is the industry leader in Machinery and Electrical Equipment in the DJSI, World and Europe, for the eighth consecutive year.
The DJSI World and DJSI Europe are among the most prestigious sustainability-focused equity indices. Inclusion in these indices is exclusively for companies that are judged as exemplary in terms of their economic, environmental and social performance. This year, the DJSI World evaluation process invited 91 companies to participate in the Machinery and Electrical Equipment industry category, 11 of