Corporate press release
5 Feb 2024
“Receiving this recognition from CDP is another proof point that we are on the right path in the transformation of our operations, our product portfolio and our supply chain,” says Chief Sustainability Officer Dr. Nadine Sterley. “With our Climate Transition Plan 2040, we are continuing on our trajectory of transparency and performance in reaching our goals.”
GEA is committed to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions along its entire value chain by 2040. By 2026, GEA aims to reduce its GHG emissions from its own activities (Scope 1 and 2) by 60 percent. In the medium term, GEA expects to cut its GHG emissions from its own operations (Scope 1 and 2) by 80 percent and product-related emissions (Scope 3) by 27.5 percent by 2030. The Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) recently validated GEA’s long-term goals as well as its upgraded medium-term targets.
- Dr. Nadine Sterley
Chief Sustainability Officer
GEA is one of the world's largest suppliers of systems and components to the food, beverage, and pharmaceutical industries. The international technology group, founded in 1881, focuses on machinery and plants, as well as advanced process technology, components, and comprehensive services.
GEA is one of the world’s largest systems suppliers for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical sectors. Our portfolio includes machinery and plants as well as advanced process technology, components and comprehensive services. Used across diverse industries, they enhance the sustainability and efficiency of production processes globally.
GEA is listed in the German MDAX and the STOXX® Europe 600 Index and is also among the companies comprising the DAX 50 ESG and MSCI Global Sustainability Indices.
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