At ITAB we have been focusing on sustainability issues for many years as a natural part of our operations and an important part of our overall offering. It is completely in line with our values.
ITAB's operations are conducted responsibly and the entire group is committed to sustainable development. Our companies work to reduce our environmental impact, to ensure good working conditions for our employees and to maintain good business ethics.
Developing new sustainable shop concepts, solutions and products and ensuring resource-efficient production and good working conditions within ITAB creates value both for us and for you as our customer – and sustainability is an important part of what we offer.
We will be a proactive partner and offer effective, sustainable solutions to you as our customer. This means that we have a good knowledge of how our products can contribute to more efficient processes in your business, thus contributing to a more sustainable value chain.
In order to further systematise our sustainability work, we have developed four focus areas for the next few years.
Our work is based on Global Reporting Initiatives (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Guidelines and KPIs, as well as measurable goals that are regularly monitored. Our four focus areas are:
Roy French, Chief Buisness Officer, ITAB UK
“On a daily basis. We work extensively with sustainability issues and how they can contribute to our business. In order to attract and retain our customers, it is vital for us to have a clear strategy when it comes to sustainability.”
“Previously when we spoke about ITAB’s all-inclusive offer, we tended to focus on product lifecycles that extended from the ‘cradle to the grave’. Nowadays we talk about our offer from a ‘cradle to cradle’ perspective.
We now start our design processes with sustainability in mind. In the production facilities, we work to reduce waste and increase our efficiency. We then install our products and ensure that the sustainability perspective is also taken into consideration when the products are in use. Finally, we try to reuse our products if possible. If not, we recycle them where possible.”