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DEUTZ’s Sustainability Vision for 2023 at a glance

1) The target for the share of consolidated revenue attributable to E-DEUTZ products was set in 2018 for 2022 and has not been updated under the new sustainability strategy. 2) Levels of engagement and enablement in the workforce are measured by an employee survey that was first carried out in 2019 and will be conducted every two years going forward. 3) Status in 2019.
4) Includes both resignations and dismissals; excl. temporary workers and staff on fixed-term contracts. 5) Excl. temporary workers, incl. staff on fixed-term contracts. 6) Second level below the Board of Management. 7) Number of trainees at the sites in Cologne, Ulm and Herschbach (Germany) in relation to the number of employees in Germany (excl. temporary workers and Torqeedo; incl. staff on fixed-term contracts). 8) RIR = Recordable Incident Rate (number of reportable incidents per year per million hours worked).  9) New KPI from 2020. 10) 90 percent of suppliers that have been brought on board per year between 2020 and 2023; every year, the aim is for an additional 30 existing suppliers to have undergone the same checks. 11) Relates to existing suppliers whose purchasing volume for the prior year exceeded €0.5 million. 12) 50 percent of the top 150 suppliers as measured by their purchasing volume in the prior year. 13) Scope 1 and 2; CO2 = carbon dioxide equivalents; recorded in accordance with the GHG Protocol. 14) Cologne-Porz/Kalk, Ulm, Herschbach, Gilching (Germany), Zafra (Spain), Norcross, Pendergrass (Atlanta, USA). 15) Base year 2017; 2017 data will be published in the non-financial report for 2019. 16) Relates to the volume of waste at the production sites in Cologne-Porz/Kalk, Ulm, Herschbach, Gilching (Germany), Zafra (Spain). 17) KPI will be measured for the first time in 2019 and published in the non-financial report for 2019. 18) Base year 2019.