Our additive manufacturing solutions have the potential to contribute significantly to a more sustainable society and economy. Putting this ambition of responsible development into practice is a cornerstone of our corporate strategy.
New global challenges, the growing awareness of sustainability, the expectations of our stakeholders and self-motivation are some of the factors that drive us. To accomplish our objective, we cooperate with our business partners to create added value together. This is demonstrated by diverse areas in which our customers use our products.
Patient-specific implants are one example from the medical industry where our partners have application opportunities with additive manufacturing systems provided by EOS to achieve substantial improvements in quality of life.
By exchanging knowledge and experience, engaging in honest cooperation with our customers enables us to create and shape the value of responsibility together. Our case studies serve as models for future business relationships.
I believe that it is possible to contribute positively to the environment both privately and professionally. I still see some potential for this at EOS, such as improved disposal plans for machines and materials, increased material efficiency, sustainability plans in the supply chain, and so on. I hope that EOS will continue to be socially committed, as it is very important to me to work for a company where the people count, not just the numbers measuring economic success.
Our EOS values – excellence, fairness, responsibility and togetherness – don’t just apply when working with our customers or making our products sustainable. They're just as crucial to the atmosphere and culture of our company.
We'll make suggested improvements happen by maintaining an open dialog and involving and supporting our employees, while enabling them to take action. For us, responsibility toward our employees also means providing a wide range of opportunities on topics such as mobility and health to allow everyone to choose what suits them best.
Donation for Teach First Germany
Teach First Germany is a non-profit educational initiative with the aim of improving equal opportunities in education. To this end, university graduates work for two years at schools in "social hotspots" and support students, particularly in obtaining degrees and in their transition to the world of work. The idea came from the US organization Teach For America. Teach First Germany is part of the international network Teach for All.
Especially in the times of Corona, such a commitment to improved educational opportunities and more educational justice is of immense importance. EOS is therefore supporting this valuable initiative with a donation of EUR 10,000.
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