Adient 2022 Sustainability Report Highlights Improvements

Adient 2022 Sustainability Report Highlights Improvements

The report details the company's progress on ESG goals and highlights sustainable product innovations.

Adient, a global provider of automotive seating, has released its 2022 Sustainability Report, which details how the company continues to reduce the impact its business has on the environment.

The new report, available at, highlights Adient’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) goals and accomplishments and explains how the company integrates sustainability into its products, global operations and supply chain.

The report includes information about how Adient has reduced its absolute greenhouse gas emissions in line with its Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi)-validated emissions-reduction targets; increased its renewable electricity share globally; and implemented new ESG policies designed to further embed sustainability into the core of the company.

“We remain committed to following positive ESG-related business practices that help protect the environment, safeguard people, promote a culture of inclusion and create a better world,” said Doug Del Grosso, Adient president and CEO. “This report illustrates the considerable progress we have made toward our ESG goals in fiscal year 2022 and highlights the hundreds of sustainability projects initiated by our teams as well as the many innovative sustainable products Adient has to offer.”

2022 Sustainability Report Highlights

In fiscal year 2022, Adient completed approximately 1,200 continuous improvement projects at its locations globally that annually conserve:

6,092 metric tons of CO2e

16 million liters of water

25 kWh-equivalent of fuel

5,363 metric tons of waste

42 million kWh of electricity

Out of Adient’s full-time salaried employee population globally, 85% completed voluntary DE&I training in fiscal year 2022. Adient launched additional virtual DE&I training earlier this month that focuses on promoting an inclusive work environment.

Adient has spent $7.5 billion with diverse-owned suppliers since becoming Adient in October 2016 — that’s more than $1 billion each year. Adient continues to achieve its customers’ supplier diversity targets and collaborate on initiatives that drive opportunities for diverse-owned suppliers

Visit to view and download Adient’s full 2022 Sustainability Report.

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