Constellium Releases Annual Business and Sustainability Report reflecting Progress towards 2020 Sustainability Targets
Amsterdam, June 19, 2017 – Constellium N.V. (NYSE and Euronext Paris: CSTM) today released its 2016 Annual Business and Sustainability Performance Report, evaluating its performance against its 2020 targets.
“At Constellium, we’re committed to integrating sustainability into the very heart of our business, where our efforts create value for our customers, our shareholders, our employees and the communities we proudly serve,” said Arnaud Jouron, Chairman of Constellium’s Sustainability Council and President of Constellium’s Packaging and Automotive Rolled Products business unit.
Most sustainability objectives are on track, namely:
The following sustainability objectives need some improvement, and we are implementing corrective actions to address them with the objective of getting back on track by the end of 2017:
To learn more about Constellium’s sustainability progress and to download our 2016 business and sustainability report, please visit http://www.constellium.com/sustainability
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