ENRX is dedicated to protecting the environment and fighting against climate change. Through our expertise and technology, we aim to be a partner who can assist and advice our customers on how to make the manufacture and maintenance of metal products a clean and green process.
- Energy use and GHG emissionsin use phase
- Resource efficiency
- Safe and durable products
- Impact of end-product andcustomer activities
RESOURCE EFFICIENT PRODUCTION
ENRX supports the shift towards sustainable growth via a resourceefficient, low-carbon economy. The energy transition will continue to increase in importance as investors prioritise environmental, social and governance factors, and customers should feel secure that our products are manufactured and distributed sustainably and responsibly.
- Energy efficiency and GHG emissions at production sites
- Resource efficiency at production sites
- GHG emissions from transportation
A GREAT PLACE TO WORK
As a global company, ENRX sees daily evidence of the benefits of diversity and cooperation across borders, cultures and skill sets, and is a strong believer in equal rights and opportunities for all. We bring our dedication to safe working conditions one step further, as our induction heating solutions contribute to a safer and better working environment.
- Employee health and safety
- Employee satisfaction
- Labour and human rights at production sites
ETHICAL BUSINESS CONDUCT
All employees base their daily work and behaviour on the company values – respectful, reliable, cooperative and passionate. The values make sure that we follow the laws, act honourably, provide qualitative and reliable products and services to our customers, and serve our customers in the best possible way wherever they are located.
- Bribery and corruption
A RESPONSIBLE AND ROBUST SUPPLY CHAIN
ENRX is part of a major global industry and operates in a premium market segment, with many of the world’s largest production companies as customers. In this market, there is a strong demand to demonstrate a sustainable supply chain – most particularly so in the automotive industry.
- Environmental and social impact of supplier manufacturing activities
- Conflict minerals