CABB Group presents Sustainability Report for 2021 

CABB Group publishes first group-wide Sustainability Report 

Extended reporting for 2021 includes ESG KPIs for all locations and countries 

CO2e emissions and water consumption already substantially reduced 

On track to achieve CO2e-emission reduction target by 2025 

Sulzbach / Pratteln, 16 March 2022 – As a leading Crop Science contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) and proprietary Life Science ingredients company specialized in the production of precursors, active ingredients, and advanced intermediates, CABB acknowledges its broad responsibility. Accordingly, the company is committed to the highest safety and ESG standards. With its process expertise and high-tech production facilities, CABB together with its clients supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially a secure food supply with an improved eco-balance preserving available farmland. 

CABB Group’s first group-wide Sustainability Report follows the high standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and contains detailed key performance indicators for environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) factors. Thanks to a variety of initiatives, CABB Group was able to reduce its emissions of CO2 equivalents by 13,975 metric tons (-5.3%) in 2021 versus 2019. The company is on track to further lower CO2e-emissions by 30,000 metric tons per year by 2025 compared to 2019. Furthermore, the group’s water consumption was cut by 2,948 megaliters (-8.5%) over the same period. CABB also increased its proportion of women in management positions to 19.4%. 

CEO Valerie Diele-Braun says: “Our world is facing fundamental challenges. These include climate change as well as resource scarcity. At CABB, we consider it our duty to improve in all areas and significantly reduce its ecological footprint. We have documented our ongoing commitment, actions, and achievements in detail in this report. I am thrilled that we can build on a solid foundation to work towards our ambitious goals”. 

Download the report here.