Adani Ports ranks 14th in the Dow Jones Sustainability Emerging Markets Index, 2020 in the field of transportation and transportation infrastructure
The latest scorecard of the highly anticipated Dow Jones Sustainability Emerging Markets Index has ranked Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone
The latest scorecard of the highly anticipated Dow Jones Sustainability Emerging Markets Index has ranked Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) at number 14 in the highly competitive global transportation and transportation infrastructure sector and the only company from India to have been included in this sector.
This initiates the presence of APSEZ on the DJSI Emerging Markets Index, one of the most sought-after sustainability indices in the world that represents the very top 10% of the largest 800 companies within the world's 20 emerging markets and is based on long-term environment, Social and economic, and governance criteria
As part of a stringent DJSI rating process, all responses by APSEZ were substantiated with internal documentation and real-life examples and audited by an independent third party to verify the accuracy of the information provided. APSEZ was ranked in the top 20 of every single dimension of the three criteria. In all, just 11 Indian companies made it to the DJSI Emerging Markets Index this year.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Karan Adani, Chief Executive Officer and Whole Time Director of APSEZcommented "We are pleased to make an entry into the DJSI Index. As the largest multi-port operator and logistics player in one of the fastest-growing markets in the world we recognize the complexity that we are confronted with and therefore being able to achieve this high ranking on our debut into the DJSI Index comes as a shot in the arm for us as well as validates our accountability to our investors, customers, and employees. While our environment, social and economic, and governance criteria scores re a strong validation that we are on the right path, we really