Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd.
Industry Group: Transportation Infrastructure
Shanghai International Port Group, or SIPG, is the world's largest container port in terms of throughput volume, and a major trans-shipment hub in China. It engages in handling port containers and bulk cargo along with other container-related services in the Yangtze River Delta. The gross profit in core port operation is approximately 72% in containers, 2% in bulk cargo, and 26% in port logistics and services. The Shanghai state-owned Asset Supervision and Administration Commission holds approximately a 44% stake in SIPG.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Transportation Infrastructure 101 out of 179
Global Universe 2931 out of 15359
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|39 out of 179|
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|81 out of 179|
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|101 out of 179|
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|121 out of 179|
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Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd.'s Exposure is Low
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Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd.'s Management of ESG Material Risk is Average
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