Founded in 1872 and listed on the Milan Stock Exchange in 1922, Pirelli has been making tyres for over a century. Pirelli designs, develops, produces and sells tyres for automobiles and motorcycles. It manufactures tyres in 13 countries around the world and operates a sales network serving over 160 countries. Its technological know-how and capacity for innovation have allowed Pirelli to enter into agreements with some of the most prestigious car and motorcycle makers in the world. Participating in sports competitions since 1907, Pirelli is the exclusive supplier to the Formula 1™ Championship for the three-year period 2016-2019 and the world Superbike Championship.
In line with its Premium and Green Performance strategy, Pirelli pays close attention to quality, technology and low environmental impact products. In pursuing its objectives, Pirelli aims to combine economic profitability and social responsibility. In keeping with its century-plus industrial tradition, it continues to invest in international projects while maintaining strong roots in the local communities where it operates.
“Sustainability is a fundamental choice for Pirelli, it is fully integrated into the Group’s Vision and Strategies for growth, in all business areas and in all management decisions, everywhere in the world.” Marco Tronchetti Provera - CEO.
The Pirelli Sustainability Model is inspired by the United Nations Global Compact, of which Pirelli has been an active member since 2004, by the Stakeholder Engagement Principles set out in AA1000 and by the ISO 26000 guidelines.
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