OUR COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY
DOW JONES SUSTAINABILITY INDEX

Grupo México and Southern Copper Corporation have been part of the MILA region (Latin American Integrated Market) of this index since 2017 and 2019 respectively. In 2023, both companies continue to be the only two companies in the Mining and Metals sector within this region of the index. Our presence in this index is the result of the company’s continuous improvement in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance and its corresponding disclosure in our institutional reports.”

FTSE4Good

Grupo México has also been included in the FTSE Russell FTSE4Good sustainability index since 2019, forming part of the FTSE4Good Emerging Latin America (public companies in the Latin American market) and the FTSE4Good BIVA (public companies in the Mexican market) series.

RECONOCIMIENTOS

At Grupo México, we participate in multiple ESG evaluations, standards, certifications, and sustainable development initiatives. Through this, we aim to transparently showcase our commitments and performance in sustainable development with reliable and quality information. These are the main initiatives:

Certifications
Reporting Standards
Assessments
Alliances
Certifications

These are the current certifications obtained in all our business units:

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ISO 14 001: 2015
Certification
Internationally agreed standard on environmental management systems, according to best practices, environmental regulations and company policy.
Division
Infrastructure
Company
México Compañía Constructora
Operation Units
Cananea Project
Altamira Project
Component Workshop
Dam 3 Project
Romita Workshop
Nacozari Project
Salamanca-León Highway Maintenance
Company
Perforadora México
Operation Units
Zacatecas Rig
Campeche Rig
Veracruz Rig
Tamaulipas Rig
Chihuahua Rig
Offshore Drilling Rig
Company
Grupo México Servicios de Ingeniería
Operation Units
Celaya Project
Altamira Project
Buenavista del Cobre
Tunnel 4 Project
Division
Mining
Company
Minera México
Operation Units
Lime Plant
Processing Plant (METCO)
La Caridad Mine Complex
Charcas Mine
Santa Barbara Mine
Central Repair Shop
Zinc Refinery
Buenavista del Cobre
San Martin Mine
Guaymas Terminal
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SPCC
Operation Units
Toquepala
Ilo
Cuajone
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ASARCO
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Mission
Ray
Silver Bell
ISO 45 001: 2018
Certification
Focuses on worker health and safety, in the Mining and Infrastructure (oil, energy, highways and construction) divisions.
Division
Infrastructure
Company
México Compañía Constructora
Operation Units
Cananea Project
Celaya Project
Altamira Project
Dam 3 Project
Romita Workshop
Component Workshop
Salamanca-León Highway Maintenance
Company
Perforadora México
Operation Units
Zacatecas Rig
Campeche Rig
Veracruz Rig
Tamaulipas Rig
Chihuahua Rig
Offshore Drilling Rig
Company
Grupo México Servicios de Ingeniería
Operation Units
Celaya Project
Altamira Project
Braskem Project
Tunnel 4 Project
Division
Mining
Company
Minera México
Operation Units
Lime Plant
Processing Plant (METCO)
La Caridad Mine Complex
Charcas Mine
Santa Barbara Mine
Central Repair Shop
Zinc Refinery
Buenavista del Cobre
San Martin Mine
Guaymas Terminal
Company
SPCC
Operation Units
Toquepala
Ilo
Cuajone
Company
ASARCO
Operation Units
Mission
Ray
Silver Bell
ISO 9001: 2015
Certification
International standard that considers customer satisfaction and the delivery of products and services that meet the internal and external demands of the organization.
Division
Infrastructure
Company
México Compañía Constructora
Operation Units
Cananea Project
Nacozari Project
Altamira Project
Dam 3 Project
Romita Workshop
Component Workshop
Salamanca-León Highway Maintenance
Company
Perforadora México
Operation Units
Zacatecas Rig
Campeche Rig
Veracruz Rig
Tamaulipas Rig
Chihuahua Rig
Offshore Drilling Rig
Company
Operadora de Infraestructura del Bajío
Operation Units
Silao Bypass
Salamanca-León Highway
Clean Industry
Certification
Certification by the Mexican Environmental Protection Agency (Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente, PROFEPA) under a voluntary environmental audit government program for companies that want to improve the efficiency of their production processes, meeting regulatory standards according to Mexican and international parameters and good practices in operation and engineering.
Division
Infrastructure
Company
Perforadora México
Operation Units
Zacatecas Rig
Campeche Rig
Veracruz Rig
Tamaulipas Rig
Chihuahua Rig
Carmen Sector
Concrete Plant
Company
México Generadora de Energía
Operation Units
El Retiro Wind Farm
PASST
Certification
Mexican Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social, STPS) program to encourage companies to adopt and operate workplace health and safety management systems, based on Mexican and international standards to foster safe and hygienic workplaces.
Division
Infrastructure
Company
Perforadora México
Operation Units
Zacatecas Rig
Campeche Rig
Veracruz Rig
Tamaulipas Rig
Chihuahua Rig
Carmen Sector
Concrete Plant
Company
México Generadora de Energía
Operation Units
La Caridad Combined Cycle Power Plant
Division
Mining
Company
Minera México
Operation Units
La Caridad Mine Complex: Level 3 (7 workplaces)
Processing plant (METCO): Level 3 (6 workplaces)
Lime Plant: Level 3
Charcas Mine: Level 2
Central Repair Shop: Level 3
Zinc Refinery: level 1
Buenavista del Cobre: Level 3 (Concentrator II)
Santa Barbara Mine: level 1
Buenavista del Cobre: Level 1 (8 workplaces)
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Reporting Standards

The Grupo México Sustainable Development Report follows the reporting standards of:

GLOBAL REPORTING INITIATIVE (GRI)

Since 2006

SUSTAINABILITY ACCOUNTING STANDARDS BOARDS (SASB)

Since 2020

Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)

Since 2020

International Financial Reporting Standards) S1

Since 2022

Assessments
S&P Global

Each year, we participate in the S&P Global Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA), which assesses 3,500 public companies worldwide and is considered by many stakeholders to be the most complete and reliable ESG assessment in the market, making it a priority for us. CSA scores determine whether a company is included in the DJSI (Dow Jones Sustainability Index).

Sustainalytics

Grupo México and Southern Copper Corporation actively participate in the assessment and engagement processes of the rating agency Morningstar Sustainalytics, being evaluated within the Diversified Metals Mining sector.

Cdp

Grupo México has been submitting the CDP questionnaire on climate change each year since 2016, covering all three Grupo México divisions, including our subsidiaries Grupo México Transportes and Southern Copper Corporation.

Corporate human rights benchmark

Grupo México has been participating in the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark annual assessment since 2019 in the category extractive companies.

World Benchmarking Alliance

In 2023, Grupo México responded for the first time to the Gender Benchmark questionnaire, which evaluates and compares how companies promote and advance gender equality and women’s empowerment across their value chain.

MSCI

Grupo México and Southern Copper Corporation annually respond to the ESG Ratings assessment by the MSCI agency.

FTSE Russell

Grupo México actively participates in the annual evaluation by FTSE Russell. This process enables the company to be considered for inclusion in the FTSE4Good sustainability indices, demonstrating its ongoing commitment to best practices in sustainability and corporate responsibility.

Climate Action 100+

Grupo México also responds annually to the Climate Action 100+ questionnaire, a leading global initiative aimed at ensuring that greenhouse gas-emitting companies take effective action to address climate change.

AMAFORE

Annually, Grupo México responds to the standardized environmental, social, and governance (ESG) questionnaire for issuers developed by the Mexican Association of Retirement Fund Administrators (AMAFORE). This questionnaire is the result of a collaborative project among retirement fund administrators, aimed at aligning efforts in integrating ESG factors into the investment process of the Specialized Investment Companies of Retirement Funds (Siefores).

The Global Compact

Americas Mining Corporation (AMC), our main subsidiary, adheres to the United Nations Global Compact. As a result, we annually publish a detailed report to the Global Compact, including contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Alliances
  • Our commitment to sustainable development extends beyond our own company operations.
  • We support organizations and initiatives that foster development through economic growth and respect for the environment.
  • A list of the associations we are members of and the initiatives with which we collaborate follows:
MINING DIVISION
Country
International
Alliance
  • International Copper Association (ICA)
  • Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)
  • International Molybdenum Association (IMOA)
Country
Mexico
Alliance
  • Cámara Minera de México (CAMIMEX)
  • Sociedad Minera de México (SMM)
  • Asociación de Mineros de Sonora (AMSAC)
  • Comisión de Estudios del Sector Privado para el Desarrollo Sustentable (CESPEDES)
Country
United States
Alliance
  • Arizona Mining Association (AMA)
  • North American Metals Council (NAMC)
  • Society for Mining Metallurgy and Exploration (SME)
  • Metropolitan Tucson Chamber of Commerce (MTCC)
Country
Peru
Alliance
  • Sociedad Nacional de Minería, Petróleo y Energía del Perú (SNMPE)
  • Cámara de Comercio de Lima (CCL)
  • Asociación de Exportadores (ADEX)
  • Confederación Intersectorial de Empresas Privadas (CONFIEP)
  • Sociedad de Comercio Exterior del Perú (COMEX |SINIA)
  • Instituto de Ingenieros de Minas del Perú (IIMP)
TRANSPORTATION DIVISION
Country
Mexico
Alliance
  • Asociación Mexicana de Ferrocarriles (AMF)
  • Asociación de Proveedores de Productos Agropecuarios (APPAMEX)
  • Asociación Mexicana del Transporte Intermodal (AMTI)
  • Asociación Nacional de la Industria Química (ANIQ)
  • Asociación Nacional del Plástico (ANIPAC)
Country
United States
Alliance
  • Association of American Railroads (ARR)
  • Rail Transportation and Engineering Center(RailTEC)
  • SmartWay Transport Partner FEC
  • Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT)
INFRASTRUCTURE DIVISION
Country
Mexico
Alliance
  • Consejo Coordinador Empresarial (CCE)
  • Cámara Mexicana de la Industria de la Construcción (CMIC)
  • Confederación Patronal de la República Mexicana (COPARMEX)
  • Asociación Mexicana de Empresas de Servicios Petroleros (AMESPAC)
  • Asociación Mexicana de Empresas de Hidrocarburos (AMEXHI)
  • Asociación Mexicana de Energía Eólica (AMDEE)
  • Asociación Mexicana de Energía Eléctrica (AME)
  • Asociación Mexicana de Ingeniería de vías Terrestres (AMIVTAC)