Our understanding of sustainability
Engineering expertise for sustainability
Responsible corporate governance
Environment, climate & energy management
Responsible & attractive employer
Concrete measures to achieve profitable growth in our Business Areas while systematically leveraging synergies within the Group through cross-business initiatives.
Dialogue & Commitment
thyssenkrupp is committed to open, constructive, and transparent dialogue. To this end thyssenkrupp is involved in various local projects, cooperations, multi-stakeholder initiatives and associations.
Acting responsibly is firmly integrated in our procurement processes.
Compliance is a question of mindset.
Everyone who works for thyssenkrupp should be able to do so safely and remain.
We are committed to a corporate policy that values, supports, and utilizes diversity.
36 German companies have now joined together to promote the integration of refugees.
How will our water supply develop in the future? What are the driving trends of these developments? And which technologies could play a vital role in this? To answer these questions, our foresight experts look into an alternative future.
Turning CO2 into something valuable is exactly what our major Carbon2Chem project is all about. On September 20, 2018, thyssenkrupp officially started producing sustainable methanol from metallurgical gases at the Duisburg pilot plant – a green world premiere.
Our 246-meter tower in Rottweil will not only help dramatically reducing the time required to develop skyscrapers worldwide. On June 22nd it was also the perfect location for the first ride of our ropeless elevator MULTI!
The requirements placed on rotor bearings for offshore wind farms are enormous. thyssenkrupp still makes it possible – and has now produced over 500 bearings for Siemens wind farms in the North Sea.
For the first time, thyssenkrupp will be at the forefront of World Environment Day on June 5, 2018. After all, we have high environmental protection standards – and groundbreaking technologies to do good for our planet.
Diesel engines in ships could soon be getting some competition from green technology. Diesel-powered fuel cells are clean, quiet, and reliable. A prototype is to be launched in early 2017.