CATERPILLAR Makes Its First Appearance on the List!

Publication Date: 2023-04-26 Back
Barron's publishes "America's 100 Most Sustainable Companies" list. Caterpillar was named to the list for the first time, ranking Caterpillar was named to the list for the first time, ranking 74th.

The list, presented by Barron's in partnership with Calvert Research and Management, focuses on 230 ESG (environmental, social and governance capability) metrics for the 1,000 largest publicly traded companies in the U.S. by market capitalization. This is the sixth year that the list has been launched.

Caterpillar's contribution to the circular economy is one of the reasons for its inclusion on the list. Thanks to its remanufacturing business, more more products and materials are being recycled, resulting in less waste and emissions. resulting in reduced waste and emissions.

Brian Edwards said: Remanufacturing is at the heart of a corporate strategy for service growth and sustainability. Remanufacturing gives new life to parts that would otherwise be discarded. reduces the need for new parts manufacturing raw materials, water and energy for new parts thus reducing the environmental impact and This helps customers achieve sustainability-related goals.