Good, responsible corporate governance aimed at long-term value enhancement is a joint task of the Supervisory Board, the Management Board, managers and the entire workforce, based on the values of transparency, trust and integrity.
Based on this strong corporate culture, corporate governance within the ElringKlinger Group goes beyond the 20-year reporting requirements of the Corporate Governance Code. This is because, as an employer, listed stock corporation and player in the public arena, the Group has always attached great importance to transparent communication in order to provide insight into the composition of the Management Board and Supervisory Board, compliance with laws and regulations, risk assessment and risk management, relations with shareholders and stakeholders, and the implementation of ethical standards. In doing so, ElringKlinger strengthens credibility and trust in the Group among all its stakeholders.
ElringKlinger deploys its environmental and energy management system in a targeted manner in order to reduce the environmental impact of its business activities both at its own sites and, increasingly, within the value chain.
ElringKlinger's competitive strength is based on know-how, technological expertise, creativity, diligence and, above all, the commitment of around 9,500 highly motivated, well-trained and dedicated employees worldwide.