Sustainability related KPIs
engcon currently measures 20 sustainability related KPIs. Our work with publishing sustainability related KPIs is continuously developed, after which reporting of more measures may be initiated in 2022. Our ambition is also to set long-term goals.
|Energy||Energy intensity||MWh / SEK m||11.2||11.5||8.1|
|Renewable part of energy consumption||%||19.7||20.5||20.1|
|Resources||Water intensity||M3 / SEK m||3.1||2.5||2.4|
|Waste intensity (including steel)||Tonnes/ SEK m||0.4||0.4||0.6|
|Waste intensity (excluding steel)||Tonnes / SEK m||0.2||0.2||0.2|
|Renewable part of waste||%||65.4||61.1||72.5|
|SAFETY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY|
|Health and security||Reported work-related injuries||Number||3.0||5.0||16.0|
|Reported cases of discrimination and harassment||Number||0.0||0.0||0.0|
|Diversity||Proportion of employed women||%||19.5||17.5||20.0|
|Proportion of women with managerial duties||%||54.6||30.4||27.6|
|Proportion of women in management||%||28.6||16.7||12.5|
|Nationalities among employees||Number||22.0||24.0||25.0|
|RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS|
|Board composition||Number of board members||Number||3.0||3.0||3.0|
|Number of board meetings per year||Number||4.0||4.0||4.0|
|Attendance at board meetings||%||100.0||100.0||100.0|
|Nationalities among board members||Number||1.0||1.0||1.0|
|Proportion of women on the board||%||33.3||33.3||33.3|
|Proportion of independent board members||%||0.0||0.0||0.0|
|Code of Conduct||Deviations from the Code of Conduct per employee||%||–||0.0||0.0|
 Refers to energy consumption in engcon’s production facilities as a share of net sales. Since engcon mainly assembles products, there is no direct relationship between net sales and energy intensity. Total energy consumption amounted to 13,319 MWh in 2019, 12,437 MWh in 2020 and 12,079 MWh in 2021.
 The renewable part of energy consumption consists of energy from hydropower (Skellefteå hydropower).
 Refers to water use as a share of net sales. Since engcon mainly assembles products, there is no direct relationship between net sales and water use. Total water use amounted to 3,676 M3 in 2019, 2,703 M3 in 2020 and 3,583 M3 in 2021.
 Refers to waste mass as a share of net sales. Total waste mass amounted to 455 tonnes in 2019, 450 tonnes in 2020 and 912 tonnes in 2021.
 Refers to waste mass excluding steel as a share of net sales. Total waste mass excluding steel amounted to 202 tonnes in 2019, 224 tonnes in 2020 and 283 tonnes in 2021.
 Renewable part of waste mainly consists of steel.
 Information is missing for 2019 because the Code of Conduct was not adopted at the beginning of the year.
Our contribution to the Global Goals
|UN Sustainable Development Goals||How engcon works to achieve a positive impact|
|Offer and ensure a motivating and engaging work environment where employees can grow and be well-being.|
|engcon’s product development leads to a positive impact on environment and safety on workplaces through the company’s products as well as a higher level of innovation on the global market for excavators.|
|engcon contributes to a more equal workplace on the market for excavators as the company’s products increases the efficiency and useability for the users. Furthermore, engcon reduces inequality with an including business culture.|
|engcon contributes to a sustainable consumption and production through responsible purchases and effective use of resources in the production.|
|engcon combats climate changes by reducing engcon’s climate impact and increasing the net positive revenue (efficiency improvements and other positive climate impacts reduced by impact from production of one tiltrotator) which tiltrotators have on the climate.|
|engcon contributes to the sustainability goal by having a near dialogue with suppliers to jointly drive development and create good relations.|