Purchasing & Logistics

Forward-looking Code of Conduct for Suppliers

Sustainable products consist of sustainably manufactured individual parts. That is why Geberit introduced a Code of Conduct for suppliers at the end of 2007. The Code is based on such initiatives as the principles of the United Nations Global Compact and obligates suppliers to uphold high standards for environmental protection, socially responsible working conditions, and fair business practices. Read more

Centralized logistics

Intelligent logistics increase efficiency and reduce environmental impact. That is why Geberit uses the Pfullendorf (DE) location to ship out deliveries within Europe. The site is centrally situated both through its location in the heart of Europe and optimal distances to the other production sites. Read more

Transparency for systematic CO2 reduction

Besides reliability and profitability, environmental impact is also one of the key criteria for logistics at Geberit. That is why Geberit is using the comprehensive life cycle assessment process in this area. This creates transparency for the systematic reduction of CO2 emissions, by working with selected companies and using rail transportation wherever possible. Read more

Transporting goods efficiently and ecologically

The environment can benefit enormously from sophisticated transport management solutions. A good example of resource-efficient and environmentally friendly transportation? The mega-trailers that travel between various Geberit plants. Read more