Ingersoll Rand to Host Second Annual Sustainability Webcast
New Sustainability Strategy Solidifies Focus on Growth and Operations
The Company is introducing “Lead Sustainably” as an updated and expanded strategic imperative – along with Deploy Talent, Accelerate Growth, Expand Margins and Allocate Capital Effectively – that reflects Ingersoll Rand’s external growth strategy, internal ESG objectives and bold ambition to be a global industry leader in sustainability. The Lead Sustainably strategic imperative is supported by two key and complementary pillars: “Grow Sustainably,” which has an external focus; and “Operate Sustainably,” which has an internal focus.
Grow Sustainably : Supporting customers on their sustainability journey and expanding into sustainable end markets, through:
- Innovative development of intrinsically sustainable products that enable greater efficiency, circularity and safety
- Intentional focus on sustainable, high-growth end markets, including but not limited to clean energy, food and beverage, life science and water
Operate Sustainably : Driving internal efforts to improve operations and processes, including a focus on:
- Greenhouse gas emissions
- Water efficiency and conservation
- Waste to landfill reduction
Ingersoll Rand is also committed to advancing its Social and Governance goals. The Company delivers on its purpose - Make Life Better - for its employees through ongoing employee engagement efforts, the promotion of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion principles and commitment to its leading-edge Employee Ownership program. The Board of Director’s Sustainability Committee, formed in 2021, oversees the sustainability program and strategy, which is operationalized at every level throughout the Company via the Ingersoll Rand Execution Excellence (“IRX”) framework, Ingersoll Rand’s competitive differentiator operating model.
“We make life better for our employees, customers, stockholders and planet by creating long-term value. Every day, we are driving sustainable product and service innovation that enables our customers to meet their own sustainability goals, while embracing a circular economy mindset internally, ultimately resulting in a better bottom-line,” said
Sustainability Conference Call and Presentation
Ingersoll Rand will host an investor conference call on
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