Clean air with Nederman sustainable solutions for industrial air filtration

Our Five Commitments

Contributing to an eco-efficient future!

The materiality analysis identified a number of issues related to economic, social and environmental aspects, which may pose future challenges and opportunities for the company. Nederman stakeholders, represented by customers, employees and owners, have made an assessment of which of these issues that create value for them. Similarly, Nederman has been made a business assessment of the various issues.

The following are the six areas identified as most important for Nederman to be able to create value for its stakeholders in the future. Development for each area has been integrated in Nederman's business strategy. 

  • Economic performance and financial resilience -Long-term profitable growth and having the ability to plan for and endure economic, market volatility, currency fluctuations through robust financial tools.
  • Efficient products and systems, emissions to air -Optimal performance of products and systems to deliver optimal local air quality.
  • Energy-efficient products and systems -Optimal energy efficiency of products and systems.
  • Customer resource optimization -Product offerings that optimize the customer's use of resources. Turning our customers' production waste and spills into profitable returns for our customers, including waste and heat recovery by looking at the customers' entire production chain.
  • Innovation for greater sustainability -Product and business model innovation for a net positive impact downstream in Nederman's value chain, to improve quality of life and local environments for customers, their local stakeholders and customers.
  • Customer awareness- raising -Develop skills among sales organizations to raise customer awareness of the sustainability benefits of products and solutions.

In order to deliver of these opportunities, the process also helped us to identify a number of enablers. These issues are essential for

  • Acquiring and retaining a competent workforce that is equipped to meet future challenges and evolving customer expectations.
  • Designing products that will help carve a role for Nederman to building a circular economy.
  • Meeting customers’ expectations relating to Product quality and durability and Product Safety
  • Integration of sustainability into core business and in operations.

The materiality process did not only pose opportunities but also risks that needs to be managed. As long as Nederman manages these issues as expected, we will build trust among stakeholders for your approach. The issues will, however, do not rank among the most relevant to value creation. However, if information arises that these issues are not properly addressed (by society in general or Nederman specifically), they have the potential to negatively impact our license to operate and brand reputation.

These identified risks have been included in Nederman’s global risk matrix.