The report details the company’s progress on ESG goals and highlights sustainable product innovations.
The new partnership will expand Adient’s insights into mobility technologies and solutions for vehicles of tomorrow.
Adient says those targets include reducing Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions 75 percent at its manufacturing plants by 2030, and reducing Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions 35 percent by 2030.
Tammi Dukes joins the automotive seating supplier with more than 20 years of audit and compliance experience.
The transactions will enable Adient to independently drive its strategy in China.
Transformational change to the company’s capital structure underway, underpinned by accelerated debt repayment.
Dillon currently serves as the executive vice president and CFO of Enerpac Tool Group, a premier global industrial tools and services company.
The company enters into an agreement with joint venture partner Yanfeng to end its YFAS joint venture.
Company enters FY21 with positive momentum that is expected to drive earnings and cash flow growth in FY21.
Sage Automotive Interiors has paid $175M and received regulatory approvals.
Adient is a global leader in automotive seating.