Corporate Social Responsibilty and Sustainability

Sustainable management is a continuous process. Our goal is to act economically in harmony with ecological and social concerns.

Sustainability Strategy

We are meeting this challenge with a systematic step-by-step approach based on the German Sustainability Code (DNK). This approach involves a continuous and targeted further development of our sustainability concept, which in turn means not only a suitable strategy but also its implementation and responsible management.

Individual CSR and Sustainability Topics

As an established medium-sized family business with its main location in Germany, both ecological and social sustainability issues have long been a concern of ours.


Product Development

A future-oriented approach, which also includes the practical implementation of goal-oriented measures for Germany as a production location, is necessary to overcome the challenges of climate change. It is also of great importance for our future global competitiveness.

Therefore, finding solutions in the context of the energy transition, the corresponding expansion of renewable energies and the necessary availability of future energy sources has been a topic concerning our plant technology product development for many years.

Future-oriented research and development projects

We actively support future-oriented research and development projects, including as a member of the Institute of Applied Powder Metallurgy and Ceramics IAPK (RWTH Aachen) and as a member of the FOGI (VDMA).   Amongst other activities, for many years we have been making an active contribution by participating in the project-accompanying committee of research projects of public research institutes.

Diversity of species

A small contribution on our part to the preservation of the diversity of species is, for example, the design of the green areas at our main location in Düren-Konzendorf, which are kept as natural as possible.

Use of renewable energy

In addition, for many years we have been covering our production energy requirements partly with the help of the photovoltaic systems installed at our site in Düren.

Commitment & Society

Further education of future specialists

Through our commitment as a member of the IAPK (RWTH Aachen) and FOGI (VDMA), we support the further training of future specialists at technical universities.


At our location in Düren, we offer trainees m/f the opportunity to qualify either as industrial mechanics m/f, electronics technicians for industrial engineering m/f or as technical product designers m/f in the field of machine and plant design.

Rules of conduct

For us at CREMER, it is part of our corporate culture to act ethically in everyday business and to comply with applicable law.


Dr.-Ing. Jacqueline Gruber

Manager Corporate Sustainability