BLANC & FISCHER Familienholding publishes new sustainability report
Oberderdingen | Sustainability is an essential part of the corporate goals and strategy of BLANC & FISCHER Familienholding and its subgroups. The new sustainability report "A.I.R." shows how the corporate family implements the topic.
E.G.O. is the new sleeve partner of the Karlsruher Sport-Club (KSC)!
Karlsruhe | The global household appliance supplier with headquarters in Oberderdingen is entering into an even more intensive partnership with the KSC: E.G.O. is now the official sleeve partner of the blue and white.
Camerano/Oberderdingen – E.G.O. has been selling DEFENDI products for a year now. The DEFENDI-Group (DEFENDI) is now fully integrated into the E.G.O.-Group (E.G.O.).
This means that E.G.O. will have two more production sites in the future, employing around 250 people in Camerano, Italy, and approximately 50 people in Itatiba, Brazil. “We warmly welcome the 300 new employees to the E.G.O. family,” says Dirk Schallock, Chairman of the Management Board of the E.G.O.-Group.
E.G.O. China once again honored with CSR Award
Taicang – E.G.O.-Group supports various local initiatives worldwide! Just like our site E.G.O. Components (China) Co., Ltd. (E.G.O. China), which has been working closely with the "Inclusion Factory" in Taicang since 2015 and repeatedly received the Corporate Social Responsibility Award for this commitment.
E.G.O.-Group starts a worldwide tree planting campaign
Oberderdingen – One seedling per employee and site. Dirk Schallock, Chairman of the Management Board of the E.G.O.-Group (E.G.O.), keeps this promise together with his colleague Thomas Kohlbauer in the Oberderdinger Forest. A total of 5,600 trees will be planted worldwide in the household appliance supplier's campaign.
E.G.O.-Group posts record figures in September
Oberderdingen – A good start to the year, unprecedented declines in the 2nd quarter – and sales that are well over the forecast just a few months later: “2020 is a rollercoaster in terms of sales development,” said Dirk Schallock, CEO of the E.G.O.-Group in a press conference on Monday.