Celestica Named One of Canada's Best 50 Corporate Citizens

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Celestica Inc. has been named one of Canada's best corporate citizens in 2019 by Corporate Knights, an organization dedicated to encouraging responsible business practices.

Corporate Knights released its 18th annual Best 50 Corporate Citizens list that ranks Canada's top corporate citizens. To compile the ranking, Corporate Knights assesses companies on various metrics and is based on up to 21 key performance indicators covering resource, employee, financial management, clean revenue and supplier performance. The pool of eligibility includes publicly-traded companies in Canada with a revenue of at least $1 billion.

"We are extremely proud of the continued actions we are taking to embed sustainability into Celestica's corporate culture," said Robert Ellis, Senior Vice President, Legal & Sustainability, Celestica. "The collective ingenuity of our 28,000 employees across the globe is constantly redefining what is possible when it comes building a more sustainable future for Celestica and our customers."

Celestica ranked 44 out of 50 companies included on the list. For more information on Celestica's sustainability initiative, visit the company's website, or download the most recent version of its sustainability report.



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