JK Tyre secures ‘Best-In-Class’ ESG grading for second consecutive year

With an overall ESG score of 78 out of 100, JK Tyre has been regarded as the best among peers.

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JK Tyre secures ‘Best-In-Class’ ESG grading for second consecutive year

JK Tyre & Industries has been graded “Very Good” for the second consecutive year by CareEdge Research as a part of their ESG assessment study.  According to the study, the company has been consistently demonstrating exemplary performance across all themes of environment, social and governance. 

With an overall ESG score of 78 out of 100, JK Tyre has been regarded as the best among peers.

Raghupati Singhania, Chairman and Managing Director, JK Tyre & Industries  said, "It’s a matter of great pride that JK Tyre’s strong commitment to become an environmentally conscious organisation has resulted in a noteworthy recognition, which is driven by strong ESG performance across all metrics. This endorses our utmost intent and reinforces our vision of being the “Green and Trusted Mobility Partners." 

“Our philosophy of adopting and advocating green manufacturing is paving the path towards achieving excellence in the era of sustainable development. Our continuous efforts and investments on ESG front are fostering environmental and societal development as a whole. We are committed to ensure that our processes, products and caring for people as key drivers for ESG performance,” he added.

 

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