Three questions for Frank Gfrörer
Despite different business models and market conditions, the sustainability challenges are similar: the aim is to further improve the CO₂ balance sheet, align production processes and the products themselves more resource-efficiently, implement more circular economy principles, and live up to our social responsibility in the supply chain. The basis for this must be a uniform management system across the company with binding methods and approaches, whether in matters of materiality, climate target setting, or product evaluation.
Long-term thinking and responsible action have been part of the DNA of our family business for almost 100 years now. We face the ethical, social, and environmental issues of our time with an unshakable awareness of our corporate responsibility. To manage this in the long term, economic success is needed.
Even during their vocational education, the BLANC & FISCHERTraining Academy enables young people to think outside the box: learning languages, gaining professional experience in another country, and personal development create an excellent foundation for future professional success.