The sustainability rating by EcoVadis gives [at] a top ranking: the silver medal award underlines the progress we have made in the area of sustainability.
For the first time in our company's history, we have taken on the high demands of the sustainability assessment by EcoVadis - with success: with a total score of 58 points, [at] was awarded a silver medal. This puts us among the top 25% of all companies assessed by EcoVadis. In the information technology sector, we even rank among the top 16 %. A real milestone for our sustainability activities and a positive signal that we are on the right track with our measures.
"Sustainability is an integral part of our mission and a central element of our corporate culture. Each and every one of us can contribute to making the world a little bit better. The EcoVadis award confirms us on our path and spurs us on to become even better."Alexander Thamm, Founder and Managing Director Alexander Thamm GmbH
Sustainability initiatives at [at]
The EcoVadis award shows that sustainability at [at] is not just a fancy buzzword. We have already implemented numerous measures to contribute to reducing our CO2 emissions. But resting on our laurels now is not an option - our ambition remains to continue reducing [at]'s ecological footprint.
You can find all the information you need on the topics of sustainability and CSR on our website. Corporate Social Responsibility at [at] (alexanderthamm.com) and in our Sustainability Report 2021
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