Sustainable behavior

The most important areas of our activities

Employee health  •  Sustainable mobility  •  Sustainable development  •  Processes and energy  •  Partnerships

We are convinced that an economy focused solely on profit and GDP growth cannot be prosperous in the long term. For us, acting sustainably is a social obligation and a long-term prerequisite for corporate success. Haberkorn Group has been committed to sustainable behavior for over 10 years and is actively developing the concept of sustainability.

This encompasses a diverse range of activities. These include activities to reduce CO2 production in various areas - from greening the company's fleet of cars, to employee travel to work, reducing energy consumption, installing solar panels, and adapting production processes. Other activities promote employee health and a quality working environment, waste management, or eco-friendly packaging of goods.

EcoVadis certification

The Haberkorn Group is newly certified in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by the international auditing company EcoVadis.

The EcoVadis certification is one of the world's most comprehensive sustainability assessment tools, assessing private and public companies in terms of social, ethical, and environmental impacts. It is a very effective tool to ensure transparency throughout the supply chain.

We currently hold the bronze award.

The assessment is based on 21 criteria divided into four main areas: environment, labor and human rights, ethics, and sustainable procurement. The resulting analysis summarises our strengths and weaknesses regarding our policies, activities, and achievements that speak to our sustainability and social responsibility practices.

The ultimate goal of EcoVadis is to help steer all companies around the world towards sustainability and raise awareness of the importance of sustainable actions to impact the world amid climate change positively.

In each of the above areas, we will continue to strive for further development and progress.

Our main pillars

At Haberkorn, sustainability is ingrained in all areas. Our main pillars are:

  • respectful treatment of employees
  • conscious design of our product range and services
  • resource-saving processes

A diverse range of measures and activities create added value not only for our company, but also for society and our living space.

Employee health

We are not indifferent to the health and safety of our employees. We make sure that safety regulations and procedures are followed, and a suitable working environment is an integral part of this.

Furthermore, we guide our employees towards a healthy lifestyle and create the best conditions for their physical and mental health.

Sustainable mobility

We are committed to sustainable mobility, which can significantly reduce our carbon footprint. We encourage our employees to travel to work sustainably by bike, public transport, walking, or car sharing. At the same time, we are gradually renewing our company fleet to reduce CO2 emissions.

Sustainable Development Goals

The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, which aim to ensure sustainable development at economic, social, and environmental levels, are to be achieved globally by 2030. Through our actions, we want to actively contribute to achieving these important goals.

Processes and energy

An integral part of the sustainability concept is CO2 reduction, overall energy savings, and replacement of existing equipment and processes with more environmentally friendly and sustainable ones.


UN GLOBAL COMPACT - To further contribute to an inclusive and sustainable global economy, we as the entire Haberkorn Group have joined the world's largest and most important corporate responsibility initiative, a huge milestone in sustainability. As a company, we already act by the ten principles of the UN Global Compact for Sustainable Business.

EKO-KOM certificate

The EKO-KOM system is based on cooperation between industrial enterprises, cities, and municipalities. This not-for-profit system ensures that waste from used packaging is sorted by the consumer, transported by collection equipment, resorted, and used as secondary raw material.