Sustainability as a core topic in HAINZL electronics development

Environmental protection is one of the greatest global challenges of the 21st century. At a time when climate change is becoming more and more present, it is crucial for companies to commit to environmental protection and to integrate sustainable processes into business practices. For HAINZL Embedded Systems, too, the topic of sustainability is not an optional extra, but a necessary responsibility.

On the one hand, resource conservation is a priority for HAINZL Embedded Systems. The electronics industry consumes large amounts of copper, aluminum, silicon, gold and other rare earths. HAINZL's electronics development aims to reduce this consumption by using materials efficiently. All assemblies are available in different assembly variants in order to use only exactly those components that are really needed, according to the customer's individual requirements. This has the decisive advantage for the customer that costs for components can be reduced. In addition, valuable resources are saved.

On the other hand, it is important to minimize electrical waste. "Our embedded systems are robust. The longevity and reparability of our assemblies are what set us apart," emphasizes HAINZL Embedded Systems Sales Manager Thomas Elmecker. The backward compatibility saves valuable resources and contributes sustainably to environmental protection. Products are designed to last longer and can be repaired.

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