Sustainability: Right and fair
Sustainability

Right and fair

Photo: NürnbergMesse / Ralf Roeder

For more than a decade, Nürnberg Messe has been committed to sustainability and social responsibility, and now the company's initiatives have been recognised with the award of two quality seals: Its inclusion in the German Sustainability Code (DNK) documents its wide range of sustainability services, thus enhancing its visibility among customers, employees and shareholders even further.

„Our presence in the German Sustainability Code and 'right and fair' now gives our wide-ranging commitment even greater visibility.“
Dr. Roland Fleck, CEO Nürnberg Messe
Membership of "right and fair", the sustainability code of the German-speaking event industry, identifies Nürnberg Messe as a host of sustainable event locations. Nürnberg Messe Group CEO Peter Ottmann comments: "We are honoured to have our commitment recognised in this way, and view it as an encouragement to pursue the sustainable development of our company and our events. A key element in this regard is our aim to ensure the company's energy supply is climate-neutral by 2028." Nürnberg Messe Group CEO Dr Roland Fleck observes: "Our presence in the German Sustainability Code and 'right and fair' now gives our wide-ranging commitment even greater visibility. Trade fairs are where climate protection innovations are presented in compact form for an entire sector, making them part of the solution as we work toward becoming a climate-neutral economy." The subsidiaries of the NürnbergMesse Group are also creating sustainable products and services, in the areas of catering and stand construction, for example. Full-service provider and stand constructor Holtmann+ has thus been climate-neutral since 2018, and incorporates sustainability into its entire value chain. Catering subsidiary Lehrieder has been a "Green Globe" qualified company since 2011.

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