Meet sustainability obligations with us

Whether it's new non-financial reporting requirements or supply chain laws, large companies in Europe are increasingly legally required to report on their sustainability activities - and to put their subcontractors under the sustainability microscope as well. With us as your partner, you can shine, because we already have a sustainability strategy and are stringently pursuing it.

From 2025, companies with more than 500 employees will be subject to the new sustainability reporting requirements under the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), and from 2026, companies with more than 250 employees will also be subject to these requirements. In addition, companies with more than 1,000 employees will fall under the Supply Chain Sourcing Obligations Act from next year.

Both laws require companies to disclose their sustainability activities along the process and supply chain. Small and medium-sized companies will also be made subject to sustainability obligations via this route. We are already prepared for this and provide our partners with the information they need.

Our sustainability strategy is based on the Sustainable Development Goals, to which we are committed. We are actively working toward SDGs* 3, 7, 9, 12 – but our values are aligned to all 17 goals. Specifically, we are making an active contribution to SDG 9 (transformation toward a sustainable industry) with our products for digitizing inspection processes, and we are also on the way to becoming a Green Office, including a sustainable procurement concept.

So, we not only supported our customers to optimize their processes, but also their sustainability reports.


SDG 3: Health and well-being

SDG 7: Affordable and clean energy

SDG 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure

SDG 12: Produce and consume more sustainably

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