KOMMERLING, the current rising stars of the PVCu Systems sector, have just launched a new Corporate and Social responsibility Programme across the whole profine Group and into the UK market under the headline of ‘Your Window to a Better World.’

Your Window to a Better World is the largest marketing and CSR programme that KÖMMERLING has ever embarked on and will underpin everything that the company will do in 2020 and beyond. It’s also a commitment to the environment and also to people across all international markets.

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This new programme has already realised savings of over 1,000 annualised tonnes of CO2 emissions at both extrusion plants in Germany.  Other examples of a commitment to the environment include the move to climate-neutral company cars in Germany, through offsetting an estimated 795 tons of CO₂ per year and so this compensation means that the vehicle fleet is 100% CO₂-neutral.

For the UK market, Your Window to a Better World will include several charitable events during 2020 including the #ComeAlong Challenge to the Nürburgring on 15-17th May and the charity golf day on 17th September. Other events will be centred around raising funds for Children with Cancer UK, our fundraising beneficiary for the year.

Gareth Jones, managing director of profine UK and the KÖMMERLING brand commented: ‘Your Window to a Better World is our commitment to people and the planet and we’ll be looking to display this across a number of different events across the UK and internationally. As one of the largest PVCu Systems groups in the world, we have a responsibility to everyone, regardless of location and it’s a campaign we’re fully backing in the UK.

He continued: ‘Our stock has risen considerably in the UK over the last 18 months and we will continue to invest in the business for the long-term and that means building important relationships with customers, suppliers and other business associates, along with our CSR campaign.’

Look out for the KÖMMERLING #ComeAlong campaign on Twitter @kommerling_uk and for all other information visit, e-mail or call 01543 444900.