For AMAG, important stakeholders include groups, institutions or individuals with which the company has a direct or indirect relationship through its business activities, and which consequently have an interest in AMAG's activities. Stakeholders include employees, business partners such as customers, suppliers and representatives from science and research, shareholders and investors, government bodies and the general public. Firstly, it is important to us to have an open and constructive exchange and thereby promote mutual understanding and trust. Secondly, issues that are significant from our stakeholders' point of view and in terms of sustainable corporate development are only identified through continuous dialogue.
Stakeholders are involved in an ongoing manner. In addition to the online stakeholder survey conducted annually to date via the website, a wide variety of dialogue formats are used. These include questionnaires (e.g. via social media, employee app), annual target attainment discussions with employees, personal discussions and dialogue at local, national and international level about cooperation in bodies and associations, topically related stakeholder events at the Ranshofen site, participation in trade fairs and conferences, and communication through social media.
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We will use the survey findings to shape our approach and commitment to sustainability, as well as the main topics to be included in our sustainability report. Your responses will be anonymous, the survey will take 5 minutes to answer.
AMAG draws on the expertise offered by global initiatives and networks, while at the same time contributing its own expertise. The company cooperates with industry and aluminium associations in order to create a level playing field in aluminium production, among other objectives. It also supports the development of international framework legislation on climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, and actively participates in the debate on solutions to these challenges.
Furthermore, AMAG is actively involved in initiatives aimed at promoting the recycling of aluminium and material responsibility, and is a founding member of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI).