The sustainability concept of the Arbonia Group (Arbonia) is presented according to the following three pillars: Climate, Community and Compliance. Arbonia informs its stakeholders not only about current developments but also about the company’s plans for a sustainable and successful future.

The three pillars of sustainability


As a building components supplier for products and solutions for indoor climate as well as interior doors made of wood and glass, Arbonia has a responsibility for the environment and climate. We see great potential in the transformation into an environmentally compatible economy and would like to substantially contribute to making buildings more sustainable with our product, development and service portfolio. By reducing greenhouse gas emissions along our entire value chain, product innovations and new solutions, we aim to reduce the environmental impact of our business activities and those of our customers.


Our employees are the driving force for the further development of our company. At the same time, they act as ambassadors for our values. As an overall objective, Arbonia promotes a resource-friendly future with energy-efficient, high-quality and durable products by outfitting highly energy-efficient new buildings and renovations. The employees show themselves to be dedicated, determined and reliable in their day-to-day work.


For Arbonia, integrity and law-abiding business practices lay the foundation for sustainable corporate governance and hence a future-proof company. The spectrum of topics covers numerous ethical principles relating to our internal collaboration and our work with business partners. Furthermore, the topics of data security and data transfer are becoming more and more important. In addition to our own business practices, we are also placing increasing emphasis on due diligence in the supply chain. In all countries in which Arbonia operates, it adheres to the Universal Declaration on Human Rights of the United Nations, the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and other international standards for protecting human rights.

Sustainability Report 2023

The Sustainability Report 2023 was submitted to GRI Services for the "GRI Content Index – Essentials Service". This involved checking that the GRI Content Index is presented in a way that is consistent with the reporting requirements of the GRI Standards and that the information in the index is clearly presented and accessible to stakeholders. The service was created on the basis of the German language version of the report.

Sustainability Report 2023


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