We share a common goal: to act more sustainably. We want to create a world less burdened by the construction industry's impact – one that’s safer and healthier for all and that benefits from positive contributions to society.
We can help the construction industry be more sustainable while securing its long-term success by aligning on business strategies that value the health of our environment, our people and our society as well as economic factors.
A holistic strategy: three equally important pillars
We can reduce our environmental impact. We're working to become CO2 neutral by 2023 and lead our industry in circularity so we can make more responsible use of resources.
A safer, healthier industry benefits us all. We care for our employees' well-being and can help you find solutions that prioritize health and safety in your buildings and jobsites.
By committing to a better society and holding the construction industry to high ethical standards, we can make positive changes where we live, where we work and beyond.
For our environment
Construction solutions that help you lower your carbon footprint
We aim to lead the industry in circularity and low carbon footprint solutions to accelerate your sustainability initiatives and help drive change in the resource-intensive construction industry.
That’s why we are strongly committed to a set of science-based targets through the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). We are drawing up an action plan to significantly reduce carbon emissions along our entire value chain by 2033 (short-term target) and achieve net-zero by 2050 (long-term target).
Our fleet management model helps us extend control over the life cycle of our products. We reduce waste by optimizing your tool park and ensuring you never have more equipment than you need.
When you return our tools, we either donate them for non-intensive use by humanitarian or educational causes or rework and reuse components for repairs instead of using new spare parts.
Tools that can't be reused are recycled by our global network of audited partners. We're striving to recycle more overall, including during our manufacturing processes, to avoid waste in landfills.
For our people
Prioritizing health and safety for everyone, everywhere
We're committed to the health and safety of our team members - and yours, too.
We not only offer products and services that focus on jobsite and building safety but also help improve safety standards by working with research and approval bodies. Health and safety are baked into every part of our product development processes: from the substances we use to the tool innovations designed to protect users from fatigue and injuries.
For our society
Engaging beyond business to find sustainable solutions
We understand there are societal challenges where we live and work. That's why we engage our employees to make contributions that go beyond business.
In developing countries and emerging markets, the Hilti Foundation is committed to empowering people to lead independent and self-determined lives. Its goal is to make a social impact at scale. By working with Hilti, you're contributing to a better world: We provide 2% of our profit to the foundation.
Obtain green building certificates by working with green building products that are externally certified to meet environmental and health standards. Enable safer, less wasteful construction through services, software and solutions such as BIM.
Help reduce unnecessary waste and expenditure by optimizing your tool park through our Fleet Management and ON!Track services. You'll have fewer tools and batteries you don't need and get more productivity out of those you do.
Design safer, code-compliant buildings by employing innovative anchor systems, firestop solutions, engineering software and BIM processes. To help you identify safety challenges, our field-based engineers offer technical assessments. And you can achieve high-quality installations through our online or in-person training sessions and on-site testing systems.
Enable virtually dust-free jobsites with dust removal systems and fastening tools that replace drilling. Address jobsite injuries, fatigue and worker shortages with tools that resist kickback and reduce hand-arm vibration, human augmentation systems (Exoskeleton) that assist with strenuous work and semi-autonomous robots (Jaibot) that perform repetitive drilling tasks.