Pirelli Leads in Sustainability, Named Top 1% in S&P Global's Yearbook

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February 8, 2024

Pirelli, has achieved a significant milestone in its sustainability efforts, being recognized among the top 1% of companies in S&P Global's Sustainability Yearbook 2024. This distinction places Pirelli at the pinnacle of sustainability performance, highlighting its leadership in integrating sustainable practices across its value chain. With this achievement, Pirelli stands out not just in the tire industry but also among the broader spectrum of global companies, emphasising its unique position in the Auto Components sector.

The Sustainability Yearbook 2024, published by S&P Global, is an authoritative resource that assesses the sustainability profiles of over 9,400 companies worldwide. Being the only company from its sector to be included at this level underscores Pirelli's exceptional commitment to sustainability. This recognition follows Pirelli's top placement in the 2023 Corporate Sustainability Assessment for the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, where it led the Auto Components and Automotive sectors with a revised score of 84 points.

Marco Tronchetti Provera, Pirelli's Executive Vice Chairman and CEO, expressed pride in the company's sustained recognition as a sustainability leader. He attributed these achievements to Pirelli's holistic approach to sustainability, which involves embedding sustainable practices throughout the entire value chain. Provera also emphasised the importance of collective commitment, noting that such accomplishments and ambitious targets are only possible through the dedication of all involved.

As companies worldwide strive to meet increasing sustainability expectations, Pirelli's leadership exemplifies how integrating sustainability into core business strategies can yield substantial benefits, both for the company and for the broader global community.

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