Sustainability rating

Many companies claim to be particularly sustainable these days.

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We really are. And we can prove it.

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We are known for wanting to know everything in detail. Especially where we currently stand in terms of sustainability. A status quo analysis based on hard facts to be objective and honest. In order to become even better.

That is why we have had ourselves externally rated according to official ESG criteria (Environment, Social, Governance) for the first time on the basis of the 2021 financial year.

The rating was performed by the Center for Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (CCRS), which is associated with the School of Management in Fribourg using the so-called esg2go procedure.

By comprehensively collecting data, 10 sustainability categories in all were analyzed and evaluated using a scoring system. The more points the better. 100 is the best possible figure, while 60 represents the benchmark for us as a good standard.

Exentis recorded figures well above this benchmark in all the categories. This is a clear sign that we are on the right track with our sustainability efforts. And we will consistently continue to pursue this course.

Total score: 90 out of 100

Environment

  • The benefits of Exentis 3D technology include low consumption of resources like electricity, fuel and water, as well as low disposal costs
  • Significantly lower consumption compared to both traditional and other additive manufacturing technologies
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Total score: 78 out of 100

Social

  • Diversity & Workforce Dynamism with a high individual score of 85
  • Heterogeneity with regard to gender, age, length of service, the number of female employees in specialist and management roles, as well as the availability of part-time models and only having permanent work contracts
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Total score: 70 out of 100

Governance

  • Already a very good score for a growth company
  • Continuous further development is being sought, among other things through guidelines for suppliers or controversial products as well as the introduction of a company-wide code of conduct
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