Facts & figures

MTU’s nonfinancial KPIs

Field of action: Production & maintenance

Energy consumption Scope 1 and 2 (in GWh) GRI 302-1

 

2023

2022

2021

Total

326.3

306.7

331.3

Direct energy consumption, natural gas, kerosene, mobility = Scope 1

178.7

170.7

201.2

Indirect energy consumption, electricity, district heating = Scope 2

147.6

136.0

130.1

MTU’s Scope 1 energy demand results from consumption of the direct energy sources kerosene, natural gas, and fuels for mobility. MTU’s Scope 2 energy demand results from the consumption of bought-in energy (electricity and district heating). Other energy consumption (e.g. other fuels) is not reported, as its contribution to total Group consumption is immaterial. The Nova Pazova production site in Serbia reported for the first time in 2023.

CO 2 emissions (in t CO 2 equivalents) Scope 1 and 2 GRI 305-1, 305-2

 

2023

2022

2021

Total

49,300

47,600

54,800

Scope 1

39,600

38,000

44,400

Scope 2

9,700

9,600

10,400

MTU’s Scope 1 CO2e emissions result from consumption of the direct energy sources kerosene, natural gas, and fuels for mobility. MTU’s Scope 2 CO2e emissions result from the consumption of bought-in energy (electricity and district heating). The calculation of Scope 2 emissions uses emission factors from energy suppliers (market-based method). Other sources of CO2e such as refrigerants or other fuels are not reported as their contribution to Group emissions is immaterial. The Nova Pazova production site in Serbia reported for the first time in 2023.

CO 2 emissions (in t CO 2 equivalents) Scope 3 GRI 305-3

 

2023

2022

2021

Business Travel

6,300

4,300

1,130

For Scope 3 we have so far compiled only CO2 emissions from business travel (air and rail travel and hire cars), data collected for the MTU sites in Germany and Canada (2023 and 2022), Germany and Serbia (2021), emission factors according to GHG Protocol

Airborne emissions (in metric tons) Scope 1 and 2 GRI 305-7

 

2023

2022

2021

Carbon monoxide (CO)

13

18

20

Nitrogen oxide (NO X listed as NO 2 )

131

139

148

Sulfur dioxide (SO X listed as SO 2 )

11

16

17

Particulates (dust)

1

2

2

Improvements in the footprint due to the use of sustainable aviation fuels are not taken into account analogous to CO2 accounting.

Water balance (in 1.000 m 3 ) GRI 303-3, 303-4, 303-5

 

 

2023

2022

2021

 

Total

9,095.4

8,538.5

8,079.6

Withdrawal

Municipal water

184.6

183.4

159.9

 

Groundwater

8,910.8

8,355.1

7,919.7

 

Total

9,217.8

8,795.1

8,592.2

Discharge

Sewer system

154.5

141.3

121.1

 

Surface water

1,522.5

386.1

719.8

 

Groundwater

7,540.8

8,267.7

7,751.3

Consumption

Municipal water

30.1

42.1

38.8

 

Groundwater

-152,5

– 298.8

– 551.4

Water footprint for production and maintenance sites (excluding site in Serbia); no water withdrawal or discharge in water-stressed regions; data presented in line with official wastewater and well reports and may deviate from previous publications. At the Munich site, a proportion of the well water and some of the rainwater collected from the roofs is discharged as surface water via the Schwabenbächl stream. Rainwater is discharged into the municipal sewer system only in the event of heavy rainfall. As a result, the sum of the volume discharged into groundwater and surface water may not correspond to the volume withdrawn. Consumption is the difference between water withdrawal and return. For the reasons mentioned above, the return rate for groundwater is higher and is therefore shown as negative.

Material consumption (in metric tons) GRI 301-1

 

2023

2022

2021

Total

9,600

8,740

8,230

Production material

4,440

3,690

2,840

Consumables and supplies

4,090

4,200

3,770

Other materials (renewable)

1,070

850

1,620

Externally sourced material for production and maintenance sites (excluding site in Serbia); production material comprises titanium and nickel alloys and spray powder; consumables and supplies include oils, cooling lubricants, chemicals, lubricants, gases and kerosene and diesel used as fuel; the other material comprises paper, cardboard packaging and wooden pallets and boxes. For engine parts, MTU uses returnable packaging that can be reused several times.

Waste footprint (in metric tons) GRI 306-3, 306-4, 306-5

 

2023

2022

2021

Total waste

8,320

7,950

6,800

Recycled

6,050

5,680

5,310

Disposed of

2,270

2,270

1,490

Share of hazardous waste

3,590

3,420

2,760

Recycled

1,490

1,300

1,380

Disposed of

2,100

2,120

1,380

Waste balance excluding construction waste, for production and maintenance sites (excluding site in Serbia)

Field of action: Employees

Workforce figures GRI 2-7

 

2023

2022

2021

Total workforce

12,170

11,273

10,508

Active workforce

11,272

10,434

9,761

White collar workers

 52.7%

 53.2%

 52.7%

Blue collar workers

 47.3%

 46.8%

 47.3%

Temporary agency staff

231

310

287

Total workforce at fully consolidated sites including apprentices, interns, thesis students and doctoral candidates, students and vacation staff, temporary part-time employees on parental leave, and marginal workers, but excluding temporary workers and inactive employment contracts; as at December 31 each year. Active workforce: employees with permanent or fixed-term contracts, temporary part-time employees on parental leave, excluding apprentices, students, interns, vacation staff, temporary workers, and contractors.

Staff turnover by region GRI 401-1

 

2023

2022

2021

No. of employees that left the company

451

540

609

Germany

305

370

460

Rest of Europe

81

102

77

North America

65

68

72

Turnover rate (%)

4.4

5.8

6.8

Germany

3.7

4.9

6.2

Rest of Europe

6.6

9.9

8.6

North America

8.4

9.7

11.3

Turnover rate measured as a proportion of core workforce, annual average, figures include retirements

Proportion of women GRI 2-7, 405-1

 

2023

2022

2021

Workforce

 16.7%

 16.4%

 15.6%

Managers

 15.5%

 12.9%

 11.8%

Apprentices

 16.0%

 15.8%

 14.9%

New hires

 20.1%

 21.7%

 20.5%

Share of women in the workforce and in management positions as a proportion of the active workforce for trainees/apprentices, relating to total workforce; recorded at the end of each year; we do not have figures on the proportion of women by employee group.

New hires GRI 401-1

 

2023

2022

2021

New hires, total

1,255

1,191

752

New hires, Germany

848

675

380

New hires, Rest of Europe

313

368

239

New hires, North America

94

148

133

Share of women in new hires, total

 20.1%

 21.7%

 20.5%

Share of women in new hires, Germany

 17.2%

 21.0%

 22.9%

Share of women in new hires, Rest of Europe

 27.2%

 23.4%

 22.2%

Share of women in new hires, North America

 22.3%

 20.3%

 10.5%

New hires measured in terms of active workforce

Age groups GRI 405-1

 

2023

2022

2021

< 30 years

 17.5%

 17.3%

 16.2%

30 – 50 years

 57.1%

 55.8%

 55.1%

> 50 years

 25.4%

 26.9%

 28.6%

Measured in terms of active workforce, at year-end in each case; for composition of workforce sizes, see the GRI Index

Employees on temporary contracts GRI 2-7

 

2023

2022

2021

Employees on temporary contracts

706

734

664

Germany

477

505

518

Rest of Europe

218

222

140

North America

11

7

6

Female employees on temporary contracts

149

143

112

 

 

 

 

Alternative working arrangements (Germany) GRI 102-8, 401-3

 

2023

2022

2021

Part-time employees total

759

680

596

Part-time employees, female

371

357

322

Part-time employees, male

388

323

274

Employees on parental leave, female

204

188

190

Employees on parental leave, male

366

349

288

Workplace accidents and days lost GRI 403-9

 

2023

2022

2021

Workplace accidents with absence (categories 3 and 4)

50

63

67

Fatal workplace accidents (category 5)

0

0

0

Accident rate per 1,000 employees (categories 3 and 4)

4.0

5.4

6.2

Days lost (after accidents categories 3 and 4)

676

470

820

The accident statistics (excluding commuting accidents) relate to the total workforce, including trainees/apprentices, interns, school and university students, and employees on fixed-term contracts, as well as temporary workers. Contractor accidents are excluded. Workplace accidents during mobile working are recorded as soon as a work-related connection is made. For composition of workforce sizes, see the GRI Index

Health rate

 

2023

2022

2021

Germany

 94.2%

 93.5%

 94.9%

Employee training GRI 404-1

 

2023

2022

2021

Training days (total)

40,920

29,613

21,141

Training days per employee (Group-wide)

3.3

2.6

2.0

Training days according to employee category per manager

5.1

2.9

2.4

Training days per employee category per employee

3.1

2.6

2.0

Proportion of women in training courses

 19.2%

 18.2%

 16.0%

Data on training days for 2022 exclude the Rzeszów site in Poland due to a lack of data availability in the IT system; the site is included again starting in 2023.


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