ESG Report for 2021

In the annual non-financial report, we present our activities in the Environmental, Social and Governance areas.


TTMS in Figures

Sebastian Sokołowski President of the Management Board

[102-14, 102-15] / Letter from the President

Dear Sirs and Madams

A dozen or so months ago, given the responsibility that falls on any large, rapidly growing company, we decided on non-financial reporting. In 2021, our first ESG report included the undertakings we made in the spheres of environmental protection and corporate social responsibility, as well as the principles that make up our corporate governance.

If we consider the ESG report as a certain means through which we get to know the company, the question arises: how is our company different from the one we presented to you a year ago?

The report and the mere awareness of the need to report over time gave our activities a framework. While planning everything related to Environmental, Social and Governance issues, we had gradually began to look into things through the report’s perspective. We have systematized what, back in 2020, was a collection of often unrelated actions. And, if something was to resonate in the following document in particular, I would like this matter to resonate first and foremost.

I hope that our 2021 report will provide you with all the information you need to make decisions with Transition Technologies MS. This is a set of data, useful, of course, to those wishing to thoroughly assess the risks and opportunities associated with sustainability issues for their investments, as well as the effects of these investments on people and the environment. I also believe that such a knowledge compendium about the company will also be used by more and more candidates looking for an employer they can identify with.

As I write these words, a draft of CSRD (Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive) is awaiting adoption by the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union. The directive will require companies with more than 500 employees to report both on how sustainability issues affect their business performance, situation and development, and on their impact on people and the environment. This is an important directive that will not only turn our duty into a legal obligation, but also impose certain reporting standards onto us. Through them, we will strive to meet the growing demand for information on sustainable development more effectively every year.
I hope you will find the information exhaustive and comprehensive. Enjoy your reading.

Yours faithfully,
Sebastian Sokołowski
CEO of Transition Technologies MS

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A Map of TTMS Activities

A Map of TTMS Activities

Growth Since the Beginning of TTMS Business Activity


Employment growth since the beginning of TTMS business activity


Revenue growth since the beginning of TTMS business activity