Climate change and conserving resources
There is no shortage of things to discuss when it comes to sustainable solutions for the BAU topics “The challenge of climate change” or “Resources & Recycling”. Ensinger is regarded by systems houses as a trusty, reliable development partner. In 1977 the plastics specialist supplied the world’s first series-produced profile for thermal separation in metal frames of windows, doors and façades, and nowadays offers products for virtually every requirement.
Alongside the wide standard range of insulbar insulating bars, Ensinger provides customised solutions and innovations such as shear-free profiles for doors as well as particularly energy-efficient and sustainable systems such as insulbar RE made from 100% unmixed recycled polyamide. Verified data such as an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) or the “Cradle to Cradle Material Health” certificate are readily available.
Digitalisation of dialogue
“Data has long been part of the product” says Matthias Rink. “However, digital transformation also affects many aspects of service and communications. It carries massive benefits which we will be using during – and also after – the coronavirus crisis. Consequently, at our trade fair stand at BAU and in our virtual presence we are increasingly placing our hopes on digital dialogue to enable us to step up personalised communication with customers and potential customers from across the globe.”