ARBURG Energy Efficiency Award

As a company devoted to energy efficiency in thought and action, every year from 2008 to 2015 we have bestowed an award on one of our customers which focuses on energy efficiency in its philosophy and activities.

The decisive factor is that the prize-winner, like ARBURG, takes a holistic and innovative approach to the subject of energy efficiency. Because for us, potential savings in energy consumption also play a primary role in all areas of our company and have been a significant consideration in all developments and investments over a period of decades.


  • Award: ARBURG honours leading companies for energy efficiency
  • Sustainable: defined environmental and energy-management objectives
  • Comprehensive: prize-winners exploit savings potentials in facility-management, production and machine technology


2015: ARaymond
ARaymond is a global market leader in clip fastenings for the automotive industry. On 10 March, the French family-owned company received the ARBURG Energy Efficiency Award 2015 for its energy efficiency and environmental protection activities, which it continuously fosters at all of its locations worldwide.

2014: Festo
For its new energy-efficient plant and its cooperation on the freeformer, Festo was presented with the ARBURG Energy Efficiency Award 2014 on 18 March 2014. The global leader in automation technology has been a partner of ARBURG for over 30 years and the two companies conduct an intensive exchange of expertise.

2013: AMK
On 12 March 2013, AMK was presented the ARBURG Energy Efficiency Award 2013. The German company is a specialist for innovative drive and control technology and, since 1994, has been an ARBURG development partner for specific electric drives.

2012: Continental
Continental, one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers, was presented with the ARBURG Energy Efficiency Award on 13 March 2012. The company has targeted a 15% reduction in CO2 emissions and energy consumption in production by 2015. Electric injection moulding machines are used in the injection moulding area.

2011: LEGO Group
From 2007 to 2010, the LEGO Group increased its energy efficiency by 35%, a further 5% improvement is planned annually to 2015. The objective for 2020 is the 100% procurement of energy from renewable sources. The company was presented with the ARBURG Energy Efficiency Award for its exceptional global energy and environmental activities on 22 March 2011.

2010: Wild & Küpfer
The Swiss precision parts manufacturer, Wild & Küpfer has been implementing trend-setting technology, energy-efficient machines and environmentally oriented processes for over 30 years. On 17 March 2010, the company was presented the ARBURG Energy Efficiency Award for these activities.

2009: Tyco Electronics
Tyco Electronics has specified globally applicable limit values, e.g. with regard to energy consumption, CO2 emissions and water consumption and will in future rely on energy-efficient injection moulding machines. The Group received the ARBURG award for its global activities on 13 October 2009.

2008: Wago
Back in 2004, Wago already made significant efforts to find suitable suppliers for energy-saving, i.e. electric injection moulding machines. For these concerted efforts in the field of energy efficiency, the company was presented with the new Energy Efficiency Award by ARBURG on 14 October 2008.