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The stakeholders of relevance to LANXESS are the groups, institutions and people with whom we are linked directly or indirectly through our business activities and who therefore have a justified interest in what we do. Our most important stakeholder groups are customers, employees, capital market participants, suppliers, the media, neighbors of our sites and representatives of politics, public authorities and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). We engage in intensive dialog with all of these groups with a view to encouraging mutual understanding and build trust through an open and constructive exchange of views and constantly identifying the issues that they consider to be significant in terms of our corporate responsibility.
LANXESS holds roundtable events on selected sustainability issues with relevant stakeholders. On this page we report on the latest events.
Most external stakeholders regard LANXESS as a company that acts sustainably and they rate us highly – in our latest stakeholder survey, for instance – for fulfilling our corporate responsibility. They see room for improving sustainability communications through face-to-face discussions – customers in particular would welcome a more active information policy from LANXESS regarding the sustainability characteristics of our products. One way in which we aim to do more to meet this expectation is through our extensive quality campaign launched in the fall of 2016, in which sustainability is centrally positioned as an important aspect of product quality. In our future communication with stakeholders, we also intend to make targeted use of the findings from the portfolio analysis based on sustainability aspects that we performed for the first time in 2016.
Dialogue with political target groups
We also conduct an open dialogue with government representatives and authorities.
The focus is on an active exchange of ideas on issues such as environmentally friendly product and process innovations, developments on raw material and energy markets, and issues relating to the labor market and education policy.