- DI wins the highest honor in the category of cover design for its efforts to lead innovation by shaping the future of excavators.
- DI wins ARC award for the 4th consecutive year since 2017, 1st Grand Award in 2020
▲Doosan Infracore’s “2019 Integrated Report” won the Grand Award in the cover design category at the 2020 ARC Awards in recognition of the company’s successful attempt to symbolize its leadership in innovative technologies through the image of an excavator of the future printed on the cover of the report (photo).
On September 15, Doosan Infracore announced that its 2019 Integrated Report had won the Grand Award, the highest honor of the 2020 ARC Awards, in the category of cover design.
The ARC (Annual Report Competition) Awards, established by MerComm Inc. to honor companies which publish outstanding annual/sustainability reports, are the world’s largest annual report competition. Together with the Mercury Awards and the Astrid Awards, the ARCs are widely praised as one of the world's top three awards for promotional materials. This year’s ARC received over 1,690 entries from 29 countries.
The cover of Doosan Infracore’s 2019 Integrated Report symbolizes the path pursued by the company to promote its future-oriented excavators in the digital era, as well as the company’s leadership in forging ahead with innovative new technologies in the industry.
Although Doosan Infracore has won an ARC award for four consecutive years since its first entry at the 2017 ARC Awards, this is the first time that it has been selected as the “Grand Winner”. In addition, Doosan Infracore won an award for its 2018 Integrated Report at the CR Reporting Awards (CRRA) held in last July by Corporate Register (CR) of the United Kingdom.
An executive of Doosan Infracore said, “In this report, we endeavored to concentrate on presenting our material issues and response directions from the perspective of global megatrends while visually representing our company’s sustainable management performance in an easy-to-understand manner,” adding, “We also tried to maintain consistency in the design of both cover and content under the corporate slogan of ‘Powered by Innovation!’