“We want to make a proactive contribution in the UNGC network,” says Markus Bölke, who is globally responsible for sustainability at Leadec. “We exchange ideas, present our sustainability and CSR activities and are very interested in the other companies’ best practices.” At the same time, participating in the UNGC is only one component of Leadec’s sustainability strategy. Sustainability goals and results are what Leadec’s activities are measured against. For example, the rating agency Sustainalytics recently rated Leadec’s risk of significant financial impact from ESG factors as low in its assessment. A visible sign of Leadec’s sustainability performance. In 2020, total energy consumption was reduced by 20% and waste by as much as 25%. And this is to continue. By 2025, for example, 65% of electricity is to come from renewable sources. At the same time, Leadec is consistently working on expanding its own, more sustainable services to also support customers on their way to becoming carbon neutral. “The path is clear and challenging, and we are looking forward to the exchange of ideas in this area as well,” says Markus Bölke.