Our economic activities are consistent with ecological and social concerns as well as responsible corporate governance.
We exercise fairness and respect in dealing with co-workers, suppliers and business partners. As a technology leader, we reduce the consumption of resources with our sustainable products and actively embrace our organization’s social responsibility.
We take a holistic approach to sustainability. This is symbolized by our logo, which consists of our 5 fields of action.
Products & Services: The Dürr Group is a global innovation and technology leader, who supports its customers through particularly sustainable production solutions and services. Our digital products provide an important contribution toward even greater efficiency and conservation of resources.
Value Creation & Supply Chain: This field is about reducing environmental impact during our own operating activities. In addition, we want to make social and ecological aspects an even more integral part of our supply chain.
Employees & Qualification: Our company regards itself as an attractive and fair employer, who offers its employees various career and further development opportunities. Ideas for improvement are to be even more actively considered in the future.
Management & Governance: Our corporate activities are geared toward profitable growth, trend-setting business and industries as well as responsible corporate governance.
Engagement & Society: The Dürr Group is making an active contribution to society through social engagement, partnerships and participating in global initiatives.
...that a large paint shop equipped with Dürr's state-of-the-art technology saves more energy and CO2 emissions per year, compared to an average system currently installed, than the entire Dürr Group consumes or generates worldwide during the same period? The same applies to the amount of water required.
It is part of our corporate culture at the Dürr Group to act ethically in our day-to-day business life and to comply with prevailing laws. Rules of conduct have been defined in individual Group procedures and manuals for years.