CSR Awards: Annual Report

Winner: Pirelli - Imagining the Future with You

provini 197Pirelli Tire, based in Italy, produces premium tires for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and motorsports with a wide range of products designed to reach the greatest performance and comfort on all roads and in all weather conditions.

With its long experience in the tire sector, commitment to excellence during development, and its large sales network, Pirelli Tire holds a leadership position in Italy and across the globe, where it has a presence in 160 countries (including a strong presence in rapid development economies).

Pirelli’s annual financial report at Dec. 31, 2012 is a comprehensive, 270 page plus document that looks both back and forward, as it included group performance and results in 2012 and a business outlook in 2013. Presented in a bold and visually appealing manner, the document contains a bevy of information, from Consolidated Financial Statements to macroeconomic and market situation to risks and uncertainties.

A letter from Chairman and CEO Marco Tronchetti Provera notes the company was able to improve its profitability in 2012, bringing it to an annual record of 12.9%.

Honorable Mentions:

  • APCO Worldwide – Deloitte 2012 Global Report
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  • Dell Inc. - 2020 Legacy of Good Plan
  • Massachusetts Convention Center Authority
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  • ViaCommunity

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