Bühler targets 60% reduction of GHG emissions by 2030

“Bühler spends up to 5 per cent of turnover on research and development annually,” Johannes Wick, CEO, Grains & Food, Bühler Group

As a relevant solution partner for the food and mobility industries, Swiss technology group Bühler has developed a pathway to achieve a 60 per cent reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in its operations by 2030, meaning Greenhouse Gas Protocol Scopes 1 & 2, against a 2019 baseline.

Speaking to media in Bangalore Johannes Wick, CEO, Grains & Food, Bühler Group, said “Bühler is committed to having solutions ready to multiply by 2025 that reduce energy, waste, and water by 50 per cent in the value chains of its customers.”

He said “Billions of people come into contact with Bühler technologies as they cover their basic needs for food and mobility every day. Two billion people each day enjoy foods produced on Bühler equipment; and one billion people travel in vehicles manufactured using parts produced with Bühler technology.”

Bühler, a Swiss family-owned 163 old company, is driven by its purpose of creating innovations for a better world, balancing the needs of economy, humanity, and nature.

Wick further said “Bühler spends up to 5 per cent of turnover on research and development annually. In 2022, some 12,700 employees generated a turnover of CHF 3.0 billion. As company, Bühler is active in 140 countries around the world and operates a global network of 105 service stations, 30 manufacturing sites, and Application & Training Centres in 23 countries.”

Having this global relevance, Bühler is in a unique position to turn today’s global challenges into sustainable business. Bühler contributes to safely feeding the world and is doing its part to protect the climate, producing solutions that make cars, buildings, and machinery more energy efficient.

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