We create chemistry for a sustainable future - this is our company purpose. In all our decisions and operations we strive to balance the three pillars of sustainable development - economic, social and environmental responsibility - to find the best available solutions contributing to a more sustainable future.
BASF shares are particularly attractive for investors, which incorporate environmental, social and governance criteria into their investment decision.
There is a growing awareness in the financial market that a company geared towards sustainable development can outperform peers over the long-term while minimizing risks.
By fully integrating sustainability into our strategic decision making, we will be able to generate many new business opportunities.
To create additional value for BASF we:
- deliver sustainability excellence in our operations and our value chain.
- connect, both within our team and society, to strive for sustainable solutions.
- enable our customers to provide more sustainable solutions by innovating with our unique chemical expertise across industries.
BASF and AgBiome collaborate on a new biological fungicide for Europe, Middle East and Africa
BASF and AgBiome have signed an agreement to bring a new biological fungicide to the market in Europe, and key countries in the Middle East and Africa. Developed by AgBiome, and marketed as Howler® in the United States, the biological fungicide with multiple modes of action provides preventive, long-lasting activity on a broad spectrum of soilborne and foliar diseases. BASF will support the further development and registration and will be the exclusive distributor in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Subject to successful registrations, first market introductions in selected countries are expected in 2024/2025.
Trinseo and BASF jointly announce Business Collaboration on Circular Feedstock
Trinseo has procured first supplies of styrene based on two different kinds of circular feedstock from BASF for use in styrene butadiene rubber and polystyrene products. Both types of styrene are manufactured by BASF based on a mass balance approach at the company’s Verbund site in Ludwigshafen, Germany.