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MOL Marks Consecutive Listings as 'Yearbook Member' of S&P Global 'The Sustainability Yearbook 2024'

February 08, 2024

TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President & CEO: Takeshi Hashimoto) today announced that it has been continuously selected for the company's selection as a 'Yearbook Member' of 'The Sustainability Yearbook 2024' (Note 1) issued by U.S.-based S&P Global, Inc., the world's leading research and evaluation firm in the field of corporate sustainability (Note 2).

S&P Global evaluates the sustainability efforts of the world's leading companies from governance & economic, environmental, and social perspectives, and every year, selects the top 15% of the top-rated companies in each industry as 'Yearbook Members' for inclusion in 'The Sustainability Yearbook'. 'The Sustainability Yearbook 2024' recognizes 759 of more than 9,400 companies evaluated by S&P Global as Yearbook Members.

MOL Group has identifies Sustainability Issues (materiality) to prioritize through its businesses, and is pursuing initiatives in all areas of environment, social, and governance (ESG) based on the "MOL Sustainability Plan."

Under the MOL Group Corporate Mission "From the blue oceans, we sustain people's lives and ensure a prosperous future," MOL group will continue to accelerate these initiatives, aiming to be a strong and resilient corporate group that provides new value to all stakeholders and grows globally.

(Note 1) For details of 'The Sustainability Yearbook,' please refer to the following:
The Sustainability Yearbook | S&P Global (

(Note 2) The "External Recognition" page has been updated to reflect this selection.

MOL Group 5 Sustainability Issues
MOL Group identifies "Sustainability Issues" (Materiality) as our key issues for sustainable growth with society through realization of the Group Vision. We anticipate this initiative addresses all five sustainability issues.