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Corporate responsibility reporting

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Global Reporting Initiative

At the end of 2016, we defined GRI indicators for our material responsibility aspects. They will guide the measurement of our corporate responsibility work starting from 2017 and our reporting starting from 2018. GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) is the world’s most widely used framework for reporting on corporate responsibility. 

Materiality matrix

A suitable GRI indicator could not be identified for all of the material aspects. For such aspects, we will begin reporting, where possible, based on our own internal annual surveys and assess-ments or by describing the management system, among other things. 

The materiality analysis for corporate responsibility was conducted in 2015 by interviewing key external stakeholder representatives and our own personnel. Based on the analysis, Etteplan’s key aspects of corporate responsibility are financial growth as well as personnel development and commitment. 

Etteplan's growth strategy

Cornerstones of our strategy

The four cornerstones of Etteplan’s strategy are customer focus, service solutions, one Etteplan and engineering methods. Read more

Competitive advantage

Our business model is based on Managed Services. Managed Services are packaged and productized solutions where the customer buys the results rather than temporary staff or working hours.  Read more

Vision and values

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Strategic and financial targets

Etteplan updated its strateegic and financial targets in December 2016. The targets for growth and profitability remained unchanged. Read more

Acquisitions

In acquisitions, which play a key role in our strategy, our focus is on increasing our competence capital and geographical expansion.   Read more

Board of Directors & Management

Operating environment

Digitalization changes our operating environment and the entire engineering industry. Improving competitiveness often means the renewal of our customers’ existing operating models. Our service offering and the know-how of our personnel support the renewal of the customer’s business.

History

Etteplan has set the standard in engineering design for 30 years. The company has been a pioneer in the development of engineering design and methods as well as new business models. 

Events & webinars

Corporate responsibility

At Etteplan, corporate responsibility is at the core of our day-to-day business as we design hundreds of sustainable solutions for the world’s leading machinery and equipment manufacturers every year. Our highly skilled personnel play a crucial role in fulfilling our customer promise.

Financial responsibility

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Personnel and social responsibility

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Environmental responsibility

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Responding to stakeholder expectations

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Quality

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Code of conduct

Etteplan acknowledges the importance of proper business conduct and good  reputation being in its long-term interest as these create loyalty and trust in employees, shareholders, other stakeholders and the communities in which Etteplan operates. This is why we have written this Code of Conduct (“the Code”). The purpose of the Code is to present and communicate our common set of ethical values and business principles to all employees and stakeholders as well as to give internal guidance in our daily business. Etteplan encourages its suppliers and other business partners within its sphere of influence to adopt the principles of this Code. Read more