Cummins Inc. announced Tuesday, April 15, that it has released its fifth annual Sustainability Report on the company website, and that a print version of the report will be available in May. The 102-page report, which the company calls its most comprehensive to date, details Cummins’ environmental and corporate responsibility efforts while also providing a corporate overview and highlights from the past year.
“While Cummins is a leader in developing new products to meet tough emission standards, I am equally impressed by the work people in our plants are doing to reduce energy usage and focus on the prudent use of our natural resources,” says Tim Solso, chairman and chief executive officer of Columbus, Ind.-based Cummins. “Not only is it the right thing to do, but it makes good business sense for the company.”
Cummins says corporate responsibility and working toward a cleaner, healthier, safer environment are primary components of its commitment to sustainability. Since the publication of the 2006 Sustainability Report, the company says it has had a number of achievements on behalf of its stakeholders, including:
Cummins says the report was prepared following the spirit of guidelines established by the Global Reporting Initiative. The aim of the GRI is to develop a consistent way for companies around the world to voluntarily report on the economic, environmental and social components of their business.