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ESG Stakeholder Survey as part of Sustainability Reporting

It'll become a reality in 2026. Then csi will be obliged to submit a Sustainability Report with information on environmental, social and corporate governance, a process that is already mandatory for large corporations.:

However, here at csi, we do not want to wait another three years before we are obliged to comply with the EU directive. That is why we are simply implementing public sustainability reporting in accordance with the European standard this year.

To achieve this, our CSR team has already been intensively working on the key factors of the CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) with a representative at each of our 9 sites throughout the calendar year. Among other accomplishments, they have determined the status quo, initiated measures at the sites, developed targets etc.


A focus on the essential: : with the help of our stakeholders

The CSRD obligates companies to report on the impact of their own business activities on people and the environment, as well as on the impact of sustainability aspects on their own company.

This assessment is also intended to incorporate the stakeholders' perspective. To this end, csi is currently conducting a Stakeholder Survey.

We would like to invite you to participate in the Stakeholder Survey at the following link. The survey should take no more than 3 minutes to complete:

We assure you that the survey is being conducted completely anonymously and that no conclusions can be drawn about individual people. The results will be published in the form of a statistical analysis in our Sustainability Report in the spring of next year.


Focus on what lies ahead: the future

The aim of sustainability reporting is to promote the transition to a sustainable economy and to encourage companies to act in a more responsible manner. It is also designed to create greater transparency with stakeholders, such as customers, employees and suppliers, about the environmental and social impact of the company's business activities.

The long-term success of the company is also closely linked to this. Among other things, it can be safeguarded by the structured anchoring of sustainability in the company.


If you would like to learn more about this issue, please contact our Sustainability Manager Anastasia Fedorov.


csi entwicklungstechnik | Ingolstadt | Sustainability Manager