Award for sustainable engagement

Third sustainability seal for fischertechnik

fischertechnik has now once again received an award from Focus Money for its sustainable commitment. The toy manufacturer still produces its construction kits in Germany. The building blocks have been compatible with each other since their market launch in 1965. This year, fischertechnik launched a construction kit with bio-based building blocks in sustainable packaging.
The extent to which companies assume social, ecological and economic responsibility is closely monitored by the public. Focus Money shows just how closely every year. In cooperation with ServiceValue and Deutschland Test, the financial magazine conducted a representative survey among the German population of 1,530 providers from 113 industries and product categories. The key question: Which company is committed to sustainability? There was a clear result among toy manufacturers. Most of the consumers surveyed said that fischertechnik was behaving in an exemplary manner. As a result, the company came out on top in its sector and was honored by Focus Money with the "Sustainable Commitment: No. 1" award. This is the third time that the toy manufacturer from the northern Black Forest has been at the top of the Focus Money ranking.
"The award confirms our high standards for the value of our construction kits," says fischertechnik Managing Director Wilhelm Schoch. The company is one of only a few in the industry that continues to produce in Germany and invests in the quality of its products and in high-quality accompanying materials. The construction blocks have been combinable with each other since their market launch in 1965 and are praised by fans for their particularly high stability. Even meter-high structures hold with the famous fischertechnik building blocks. This year, the toy manufacturer launched a construction set containing building blocks made of bio-based plastic.