ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions and market leader in most of Europe, North America, China and Oceania.

ASSA ABLOY has a complete range of door opening products, solutions and services in areas such as mechanical and electromechanical locking, access control, identification technology, entrance automation and hotel security for the institutional, commercial and consumer markets.

Sustainability is a driver throughout ASSA ABLOY's value chain and an integral part of ASSA ABLOY’s product innovation. Every attempt is made to ensure that newly designed products are as energy efficient as possible.

ASSA ABLOY is a Partner of the Europe Regional Network

Europe Regional Network key contacts:

Charles Robinson, Sustainability Manager, EMEA 

Charles is the head of sustainability for the EMEA division of ASSA ABLOY, covering 40 manufacturing sites and 10,000 people. Charles is responsible for both operations and commercial sustainability. In operations, the focus is minimising the group environmental footprint in terms of energy, water, waste and improvement of health & safety. On the commercial side, ASSA ABLOY are working to embed sustainability into the innovation process, produce environmental product declarations (EPD) for all product categories and allow customers to make informed decisions; so they can optimise the environmental footprint of their buildings. Charles holds a BEng. in Mechanical Engineering and an MSc. in Sustainable Energy Systems.


Tobias Svensson, Head of Process Excellence, ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems



WorldGBC Europe publishes advocacy manifesto urging decision makers to recognise vital role of built environment sector in delivering a climate neutral Europe

Thu, 27th Jun 2019

Over 20 countries from WorldGBC's Europe Regional Network have published a manifesto, A Sustainable Built Environment at the Heart of Europe’s Future urging decision makers to recognise the vital role that the built environment sector plays in delivering a climate neutral Europe. 

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