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Environmental, Social, And Governance (ESG) Evaluation Automotive Holdings Ltd.

Automotive Holdings Ltd. (AHL) manufactures auto parts in multiple countries across the globe. The company’s ESG Evaluation score of 67 reflects its moderate approach in Preparedness (Adequate), with comprehensive systems to identify and monitor its emerging and ESG-related risks. As an auto parts manufacturer, AHL has plans to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by transitioning away from carbon fuels; however the parts it makes are largely still for internal combustion engine vehicles. The company also stresses the importance of worker safety and replaces high-risk manual procedures by robotics. A comparatively strong governance framework and relatively low institutional risk exposure supports its ESG Profile of 67. However, we believe it has made moderate progress on emissions and water management, which aligns with its recent ESG improvement plans. In addition, the company is highly aware of the impact of its operations on the community and has ESG embedded into its culture at all staff levels through frequent dialogues. Observable progress and higher transparency on ESG reporting are required to improve its overall ESG Profile.

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