A Passion for Innovation and Responsibility
To go beyond innovative ideas and achieve an entirely circular economy, where all industries are efficient, clean and zero waste.
To offer a 360° portfolio of clean technologies and sustainable industrial services to customers in various industries around the world, enabled by our process knowledge, extensive experience and cutting-edge technologies.
- experience and
- responsibility, towards our customers, our employees – and towards our environment.
What we stand for
Letter from CEO
Over the past years we have developed our 360-degree portfolio in the field of industrial plant construction and have increased our focus on the circular economy. It is extremely important to my family and I, as owners of Christof Industries, that sustainability is incorporated into our business model and that we align our strategic goals with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. To achieve this, we have developed a sustainability strategy and are now publishing our first ESG Report based on GRI standards. In many aspects, this report shows how sustainably our units work together, and where our potential for improvement lies.
Since taking over as chairman and then CEO in 1988, our family business has been on a successful growth path, developing into different product categories. Since the early 2000s we have constantly been involved in the development and industrialisation of circular economy technologies. Today, with our sustainable and innovative range of services as well as the excellent professional competence of a highly trained and internationally experienced team of over 2500 employees, Christof Industries has become the ideal industrial partner. In order to remain as such, we work actively and continuously to improve our market position and create sustainable value and growth from within.
With our newly developed sustainability strategy and the establishment of a sustainability management team, we aim to improve both quality and environmental management. With a digital transformation, critical automation processes are identified to minimise risk, ensure compliance with regulations and provide a framework for corporate governance and continuous business improvement, which is our corporate goal, in order to effectively achieve the promised ROI. This is to be implemented in the coming years by the decentralised units of the corporate group in such a way that joint thinking benefits from economies of scale.