Source: MAHLE announcement
STUTTGART, Germany — The MAHLE Annual Report 2020 has won gold at the Fox Finance Awards in the “Industry, Technology, Production” category. With this award, a jury of experts honors investor relations concepts “that demonstrate outstanding efficiency performance in all criteria and can therefore be considered inspiring showcases in their category.” From more than 90 corporate reporting solutions submitted, a total of 20 corporate financing solutions were awarded gold by the jurors and 23 silver.
“The annual report is the most important financial publication for MAHLE and at the same time an effective tool for enhancing the image of our company. We as the Communications Team are therefore delighted that renowned experts in the fields of design, financial consulting, and journalism are also impressed with the quality of our annual report,” said Manuela Höhne, Director MAHLE Communications and Marketing. “I congratulate all the colleagues involved in MAHLE Communications and other departments on this fantastic success.”
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Since 2015, the publishing house dapamedien Verlag has been presenting the Fox Finance Awards for outstanding corporate reporting solutions in print and digital formats in collaboration with renowned partners from the science and business community, including representatives of the management consultancy firm Gauly Advisors, along with communication and design experts from leading universities for communication, design and media design.
During the course of an entire competition year, the award winners are showcased as examples of current trending solutions in corporate reporting within the sector covered by the depamedien Verlag.
The MAHLE Annual Report 2020 can be found on the company’s website: https://annualreport.mahle.com/2020/de/.
MAHLE is a leading international development partner and supplier to the automotive industry. The technology group is now broadly positioned in the areas of powertrain technology and thermal management with a clear focus on future topics relating to mobility. As part of its dual strategy, MAHLE is working both on the intelligent combustion engine for the use of hydrogen and other non-fossil fuels and on technologies that will help the fuel cell and e-mobility achieve broad acceptance in the markets. The product portfolio of the company, which was founded in 1920, addresses all the crucial aspects of the powertrain and air conditioning technology. Half of all vehicles in the world now contain MAHLE components.
In 2020, MAHLE generated sales of approximately €9.8 billion and is represented in more than 30 countries with more than 72,000 employees in 160 production locations and 12 major research and development centers.