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We believe in doing the right thing.

Our values, rooted in trust, integrity, and collaboration, lay the foundation for Moog's commitment to Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility. Beyond creating exciting technologies that solve our customers' difficult technical challenges, we believe that to be truly successful, it's crucial that we do our part to improve the world for current and future generations. For us, that means we are committed to: Environmental Stewardship by minimizing our impact on our planet; striving to contribute our time, talent and resources to Care for Society; and engaging in Ethical Business Practices.

We're all in this together - when our local and global communities succeed, we succeed.

Letter from Our Chairman & CEO

At Moog, Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility (CSER) is an integral part of our value system, and our approach is a continuous journey.

For Moog, CSER means protecting our planet by minimizing our environmental impact; striving to contribute our time, talent and resources to strengthen the communities where we do business; and engaging in ethical practices.

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Moog’s Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility Program: Social Responsibility in Motion

Moog’s Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility program, called Social Responsibility in Motion, has three areas of focus: Environmental Stewardship, Care for Society and Ethical Business Practices. We’ve formed a global Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility Council to guide Moog in supporting employees’ charitable efforts

Moog CSER News

Moog Inc. partners with Doosan Bobcat to create world's first All-Electric Compact Track Loader

Moog Inc. announced today that the company is providing Doosan Bobcat with its intelligent machine electrification system to help Bobcat design and build the world’s first all-electric compact track loader: the award-winning Bobcat T7X, which does not use hydraulic parts or oil. The T7X is a zero-emission and all-electric machine with the power and performance of a diesel hydraulic machine but without the noise, emissions, and hydraulic leaks.

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Moog India Helping Visually Impaired

The Moog India team makes it a priority to give back to society. Several of their charitable efforts have focused on helping those with vision impairments. This has included sponsoring 300 cataract surgeries through Nayonika Eye Care Charitable Trust. The sight-restoring surgeries were coordinated through HelpMeSee, a non-profit dedicated to eliminating cataract blindness by training ophthalmologists in manual small incision cataract surgery. Cataract is a significant cause of blindness worldwide and especially in India. 

In addition to sponsoring the surgeries, Moog India has also supported the Shree Ramana Maharishi Academy for the Blind in Bangalore, renovating a roof, sponsoring a vehicle for visually impaired students, and donating beds and cots, and other structural updates.

Moog Tewkesbury Receives Award for Environmental Initiatives

Moog’s Tewkesbury, UK site was named the runner-up in the “sustainability” category in the MakeUK 2019 Manufacturing Awards. These annual awards highlight the very best manufacturers and initiatives across a range of categories – rewarding change, innovation, best practice, and people. Moog was recognized as a result of their environmental initiatives, such as a solar array on their industrial building and reduction of single-use plastics on site. They are working toward carbon neutrality by 2040. A project team, the Green Team Tewkesbury, has been leading the sustainability efforts, and accepted the award.

California Crochet Circle Cares for those in Need

You might say the employees in Torrance, CA who participate in their location's crochet circle, "Common Threads," have big hearts. That's because the group isn't just a chance to connect with fellow coworkers, but they donate their time to crochet hats and other items for nonprofits like the American Heart Association's "Little Hats, Big Hearts" program. Little Hats, Big Hearts provided donated red hats to newborns at community hospitals in an effort to raise awareness of heart disease, the number one killer of Americans, and congenital heart defects, the most common type of birth defect in the country.  In 2020, Common Threads made hats and scarves to donate to the House of Hope, a local women’s shelter in San Pedro, CA.

Moog’s France site Supports School for Intellectually Disabled Teenagers

Moog Sarl, located in France, signed an agreement with “Les Papillons Blancs” (The White Butterflies), a local school dedicated to educating mentally impaired teenagers and helping them integrate more fully into society. This specialized school focuses on giving children the day-to-day life skills that will help them find satisfying jobs and play an active role in society.

In this collaboration agreement, students will work at Moog's new site in Tigery to maintain the land around the building – cutting the grass and looking after the flowers and other plants. They will learn to use gardening tools and to work in a professional environment. This experience and training in real conditions will help them can gain confidence to eventually work independently.

Lighting Conversion Project Saves Energy in Wolverhampton

Moog's site in Wolverhampton, UK, has been undergoing a project to move all lights at the facility to LED. LED lighting is highly efficient, using significantly less energy while lasting much longer than incandescent lighting.  

The site has now been 90% converted to LED lamps, offering a five-year guarantee and requiring less maintenance. Since changing to LED, the Wolverhampton site has saved over 13,000 kWh each year - equating to a financial saving of £16,000 year over year.

For more information on our policies and commitment to human rights and business ethics, visit our Corporate Governance Guidelines page.