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PT Integra Indocabinet Tbk (WOOD IJ) Remained as Constituent in IDX ESG Leaders Index as of September 2021 Major Evaluation
Sidoarjo, Oktober 6th, 2021
PT Integra Indocabinet Tbk (WOOD IJ), the largest vertically integrated wooden products manufacturer in Indonesia, remained as constituent in IDX ESG Leaders Index as of September 2021 major evaluation. This manifests the company’s focus on sustainable ESG practices and policies, strong business performance, and commitment to delivering value to stakeholders.
IDX ESG Leaders Index
The IDX ESG Leaders index was launched on November 30, 2020 by Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). The index includes 30 companies with favorable ESG ratings, lack of material ESG controversies, top stock price performance, strong financial results, and high trading liquidity. ESG data and analysis for the index are provided by Sustainalytics, the leading independent global ESG research and analysis firm.
On 13 September, 2021, Indonesia Stock Exchange announced Major Evaluation on the list of 30 stocks included in the IDX ESG Leaders index, and WOOD IJ remained as one of the index constituents. Out of 30 ESG Leaders in Indonesia, WOOD IJ has the 2nd-lowest ESG Risk Rating, indicating that the Company has lower overall business risk in experiencing material financial impact due to ESG factors.
Integra is Preserving the Environment
The largest vertically integrated wooden products manufacturer in Indonesia, Integra is committed to combatting illegal logging that leads to deforestation, and protecting biodiversity of the forested area used in Integra’s operations, particularly in the supply chain of raw materials.
Our forestry division strictly adheres to the duty and responsibility of the Government regulations and FSC guidelines which cover replanting policy, selective tree-cutting guidelines, environmental assessment, community engagement, and community welfare. Two of our forest concessions are certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and SVLK (Indonesia National Timber Legality).
Concurrently, our manufacturing divisions are either FSC- or SVLK-certified for Chain of Custody, hence Integra only sources certified and legally procured raw materials. We have committed to realizing zero accidents in our working environment; preserving the nature; strictly obeying environmental laws and regulations to prevent pollution and gradually reduce carbon emissions; and reducing water use by recycling our wastewater and reusing it so that there is no wastewater discarded to the environment.
Integra’s Fundamental Commitment to ESG
In addition to Integra’s commitment to preserving our environment, we also nurture our Society. We value our employees and workplace communities through competitive benefits and strict prohibition of child labor, forced and bonded labor. For the Governance part, Integra adheres to five Good Corporate Governance principles: transparency, accountability, responsibility, independence and fairness.
Our commitment to ESG is further expressed through our contribution to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), specifically Gender Equality (SDG #5), Clean Water and Sanitation (SDG #6), Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG #8), Climate Action (SDG #13), and Life on Land (SDG #15).
Going forward, Integra will continue to lead by example as one the most genuinely ESG-committed listed companies in Indonesia.
About PT Integra Indocabinet Tbk:
Founded in 1989 in Sidoarjo, East Java, PT Integra Indocabinet Tbk is the largest vertically integrated wooden products manufacturer in Indonesia. Integra has established itself as the fastest growing furniture manufacturer with international and domestic accreditation. Integra promotes the use of sustainable resources and supports the livelihoods of local communities. The group employs over 2,500 team members across Indonesia.
For further information, please contact:
E-mail : email@example.com
Tel : (62 31) 891 0434
Website : www.integragroup-indonesia.com
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