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Terex named to ‘Just 100’ list

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Terex Corporation has been named to the inaugural list of ‘Just’ companies, as compiled by not-for-profit organisation Just Capital, which was published in the 20 December 2016 issue of Forbes magazine.

The rankings were determined by 50 000 Americans, who were queried about the social responsible attributes of US-based companies across 32 industries, over the last 18 months. Terex also ranked second among the 32 in the Machinery category, as well as making the top 100 list.

“We are very pleased to be recognised as a ‘Just’ company,” said Terex President and CEO John Garrison. This is particularly gratifying, given ‘Citizenship’ is one of our six ‘Terex Way’ values. It’s great to know that, in an independent research project based on data from publicly available sources, Terex is viewed as a company that reflects the things that matter most to the public, including pay and benefits, positive worker treatment, leadership and ethics, and community well-being. Delivering value to our customers, team members and shareholders is our reason for being, and our six Terex Way values -- respect, integrity, citizenship, improvement, courage and, servant leadership -- are the foundation upon which Terex is built and operates.”

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