Grupo Antolin has presented its 2019 Communication on Progress, in accordance with its commitment to the United Nations’ Global Compact. The report describes the objectives set by Antolin, the actions undertaken, and the results achieved in order for it to comply with the Ten Principles of the Global Compact.
A plant-based polyurethane foam system integrated into headliner substrates is Grupo Antolin's response to the growing demand to minimize the environmental impact of cars and reduce the carbon footprint. In this second generation, we have achieved a product with the same properties as conventional formulations, and even improved in some respects, with eco-friendly raw materials.
- The company has a solid financial position to face the COVID-19 crisis. Antolin’s syndicated lenders have renewed their support for the company.
- European and NAFTA factories have slowly been resuming production in a total safe way. They are not expected to return to pre-crisis values any time soon. China facilities work normally.
- Advisory Board has been renewed with the appointment of Macarena Cassinello, automotive expert and Director at Siemens-Gamesa, and Juan de Antonio, founder and CEO of Cabify as new members.
On April 30 the Grupo Antolin RyA, the production plant located in Valladolid, completed its solidarity initiative to produce medical gowns. This successful action helped hospitals and residential homes for the elderly in Spain to cope with the lack of protective equipment in the most serious moments of the COVID-19 health crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic represents a massive challenge for the automotive industry and for Grupo Antolin.
Since the beginning of the virus outbreak, the priority at Grupo Antolin has always been to ensure the health and well-being of the team and, at the same time, guarantee business continuity and serve customers in this complex situation.
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