Gold status for Endress+Hauser


Photovoltaics on the roof: Endress+Hauser’s new building inaugurated in 2016 in Italy is designed to be energy efficient.

Endress+Hauser has received a Gold Recognition Level certificate in the EcoVadis audit, improving on the previous year’s result with 66 points. The result illustrates the high importance Endress+Hauser places on its corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the structured, foresighted approach it takes.

“As a family business, the concept of sustainability is anchored firmly in our values,” emphasises Matthias Altendorf, CEO of the Endress+Hauser Group. “For this reason we have made the EcoVadis rating one of our strategic key figures. The gold certificate confirms that we are moving in the right direction. At the same time, it serves as an objective evaluation of our social responsibility for our customers.”

Broad audit
Twenty-one criteria were assessed in the audit, including environment, labour practices, fair business practices, and sustainable procurement. The company achieved an above average rating for all categories, receiving the gold certificate. Endress+Hauser is therefore among the leading two percent of all suppliers evaluated by EcoVadis.

Social responsibility at Endress+Hauser
The concept of responsibility is firmly anchored in the company values at Endress+Hauser. Since 2015, the Group has published a sustainability report that examines social, environmental and economic aspects of company management, giving a holistic view of the Group’s development.

The EcoVadis rating
EcoVadis runs a platform that allows companies to assess the environmental and social aspects of their suppliers. Structured scorecards make it simple to track and improve environmental, social and ethical performance worldwide. Over 20,000 companies use EcoVadis in order to reduce risks, improve innovation and create trust and transparency between business partners.

More information on the topic of sustainability at Endress+Hauser can be found at:

Endress+Hauser places value on energy efficiency and protecting the environment during production, such as here in the competence center for flow measurement technology in Reinach, Switzerland.

Photovoltaics on the roof: Endress+Hauser’s new building inaugurated in 2016 in Italy is designed to be energy efficient.

From:              Endress+Hauser (Pty) Ltd

Submitted by:  Su-Anne Willemse

Tel:                  (011) 262 8080




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