In the middle are companies like GF Automotive, which calculate economically on one hand, and need to meet environmental policy requirements on the other. The art lies in finding the right balance between the demands of people, the environment, and the economy. Under these conditions, sustainability is simply a prerequisite for middle- and longterm success.
That is the reason why GF Automotive is diligent about its
non-renewable energy sources, such as oil, gas, and foundry coke. The
same diligence is applied to selecting raw materials that the company
processes — iron, aluminum, and magnesium. Using modern
techniques, we are investing in the recycling of energy and raw
materials. Around the world, teams of
specialists are engaged in buying the required raw materials. Long-term supply contracts with strategic partners from the raw materials and energy industries secure sustainably competitive structures.
Strictly documented and thoroughly backed up, the sustainability measures are published regularly in the sustainability report of the Georg Fischer Group. It is an expression of reliability regarding the conscientious use of resources and responsible treatment of our environment.