Outotec ranked 18th on the Global 100 list of the world’s most sustainable companies

Report this content


Outotec ranked 18th on the Global 100 list of the world’s most sustainable companies

Outotec ranked 18th on the Corporate Knights 2020 Global 100 Index of most sustainable companies in the world. This marks the eighth consecutive year Outotec is included in the Global 100 list. Outotec placed 12th the previous year. The results were announced today at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Corporate Knights, the Toronto-based media and investment advisory company, released its 16th annual list of the worlds’ 100 most sustainable corporations. Corporate Knights analyzed 7,395 companies on environmental, social and governance indicators relative to industry peers using publicly available information. Outotec is the top-ranked company among its peers.

Outotec has reported the share of environmental goods and services in its order intake using the OECD criteria since 2010. In 2018 environmental goods and services accounted for 90% of the order intake, which reflects the beneficial impacts of our products and services on the environment.

"We are proud of our long-term inclusion in the Global 100 index and this year's ranking as the 18th most sustainable company in the world. We have set ambitious targets on sustainable development and this ranking is evidence of our hard work and accomplishments. We continue to create value to both our shareholders and the society by developing and delivering technologies that enable our customers to improve their profitability in a sustainable way," says Markku Teräsvasara, CEO of Outotec. 

For further information please contact:


Nina Kiviranta, SVP, Legal, Contract Management & Corporate Responsibility
Tel. +358 50 598 8805

Saija Kinanen, Director - Corporate Communications
Tel. +358 20 529 2044, +358 40 187 5353

Emails: firstname.lastname@outotec.com

Main media

(The press release was edited on January 21, 2020 at 9:35 am. Changes were made to the ranking, which originally was announced as 12th.)