For WTO, sustainability means creating lasting values: economically, ecologically, and socially, for customers and employees, business partners, and society as a whole.
With the Smart Factory (which is above all a "Green Factory") currently being completed, we want to set a milestone in state-of-the-art production technology and environmental protection. WTO has already been using renewable energies for years and is now increasing its savings by an additional 3.8 gigawatt hours of energy per year, which corresponds to a CO2 reduction of 445 tons.
Another solar energy system can generate 750 kW peak, a large part of the electricity required by WTO itself, and reduces the electrical grid consumption by approximately 770 megawatt hours per year, which corresponds to a CO2 reduction of 420 tons.
We want to use resources as sparingly as possible throughhout our value chain.
We take advantage of the opportunities offered by digitization. At the same time, we handle data responsibly. Three basic principles apply here: transparency, self-determination and data security.
We are aware of our responsibility to respect human rights along our entire value chain, and we systematically track compliance.