Alexander Bürkle is “Sustainable Company (DIQP)”.


Alexander Bürkle is a “Sustainable Company (DIQP)”

In March 2022, the technology service provider Alexander Bürkle officially received its sustainability seal “Sustainable Company (DIQP)”. With this voluntary commitment, the company reaffirms its claim to advance its climate protection goals and to contribute to a sustainable electrical engineering industry together with its partners.

The “Sustainable Company” sustainability seal from the German Institute for Quality Standards and Testing (DIQP) was developed to support companies on their way to greater sustainability. The certification is based on the Sustainable Development Goals developed by the United Nations and considers all aspects of sustainability equally: economic, ecological and social goals are each taken into account in equal parts.

“We chose this standard because our strategy and projects are based on the same goals. Specifically, we want to drive 25 percent of all routes electrically, reduce packaging by 50 percent and save 1,000 tons of CO2 by 2025,” explains Saskia Glink, environmental manager. “But customers and consumers are finding it increasingly difficult to identify which companies are actually operating sustainably. That’s why certification that creates credibility and transparency was important to us.” The independent certification as a sustainable company is guaranteed by the certification company SQC-QualityCert from Berlin.

Sustainable electrical engineering sector

Sustainability is not only an important criterion for electrical product manufacturers or consumers, but also for technology service provider Alexander Bürkle. “As part of the product supply chain, it is important for us to show ways to a sustainable electrical engineering industry, to engage in conversation with our partners and develop solutions, and to offer our customers more sustainable packaging” says Andreas Ege, Managing Partner. “With this certification, we are underpinning the high value Alexander Bürkle places on sustainability.”

More information: