AT&S Publishes Sustainability Report for 2014/2015


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AT&S has published its Sustainability Report 2014/15, the second report the company has published on this topic.

Sustainability has always been a top priority at the AT&S Group. With the sustainability report, AT&S gives a comprehensive insight into its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives, and outlines how the company is making a living reality of sustainable practices.

"To us, there is a direct correlation between sustainability, social responsibility and business success and that is what we would like to show you again with this report," said AT&S CEO Andreas Gerstenmayer in a statement. "It is important to us to ensure that our processes and products are sustainable. However, there is no generally valid concept for our sites all over the world to implement this. Rather, we have to adapt the way we meet our global targets to local needs. Think global – act local – that’s still a key element of our sustainability strategy."

To read the report, click here.

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