Commitments

OTHER THINGS THAT ARE CLOSE TO OUR HEART

The people at GOTEC are aware of their responsibility towards society. That is why we want to give a lot back to people and the environment through our social commitment.

GOTEC - COMMITMENT TO PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

At all GOTEC locations worldwide, we are not only committed to the protection of the environment and nature, but also to numerous social projects for employees and the local population. As part of our production activities, we examine all aspects of environmental compatibility. We make production as resource-saving as possible, use as much regenerative energy and processes as possible with low energy consumption and recyclable materials.

Protection of the environment plays an important role in our production processes and we expect this consideration and participation in environmental protection efforts from suppliers and customers as well. In addition, we are committed to the well-being of our employees and regional social projects and relief campaigns at all our sites. These include direct help for employees and their families, help in the event of natural disasters and emergencies, and support for charitable organizations.

SAVE – WILDLIFE CONSERVATION FUND

In addition, the SAVE – Wildlife Conservation Fund was founded by Lars Gorschlüter (GOTEC CEO) in 2010. This foundation is actively involved in the promotion of nature and species conservation and is supported by GOTEC, many other companies and private sponsors.

Through consumer education and animal welfare projects in Europe, help for self-help, children’s aid projects, education and wildlife research in Africa, SAVE shows people how they can better live in harmony with nature and animals while maintaining the same quality of life. This is done through projects such as consumer education and animal protection in Europe, through children’s aid projects, education and wildlife protection in Africa. The employees of the GOTEC Group actively support SAVE with a lot of personal commitment.

More about that: www.save-wildlife.org