Corporate Social Responsibility is a priority at The Timken Company — from our board of directors, to our executive leadership team, to our associates around the globe.
We create real-world impact in three clearly defined areas: the pursuit and expansion of knowledge, sustainability and leadership. These areas are aligned with our specialized expertise in engineering and focus our efforts towards achieving greater equity and efficiency for a world in motion.
repair and service
1,000 tons of steel
and 75 tons of
copper each year
from service parts
that can't be reused.
Championing diversity of thought and an inclusive culture through management training.
Selected one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies® by Ethisphere based on excellence in five categories: culture of ethics, ethics and compliance programs, environmental and societal impact, governance, and leadership and reputation.
“With Timken’s support, we’re able to design and outfit the Makerspace with interactive tools and educational resources that will take the students’ learning to a whole new level.”
LeBron James Family Foundation
New air compressors in our Sosnowiec, Poland facility function as vital components of our manufacturing operation and help heat the building while reducing water usage.
One of America’s Best Employers, Best Employers for New Graduates and Best Employers for Women by Forbes
Contribution to Feeding America, supporting 200 food banks, pantries and meal programs that serve 40 million people across the country.
Donation to UNICEF USA in support of the COVAX initiative sending supplies to 92 developing countries to help fund equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution around the globe.
We’ve increased our investments in education, with a focus on STEM opportunities for at-risk and underrepresented students around the globe. Timken sponsors Maison pour la Science to provide a laboratory of ideas, innovation practices and technical equipment designed to improve the quality of science teaching in schools.
“Don’t limit yourself based on your professional background. You can grow in any direction as long as you’re dedicated to learning.”
General Manager, Xiangtan Facility
A Commitment to Global Diversity and Inclusion
role in more than
one-third of the
the use of
2.7 million feet
of plastic packaging
Since it began in 2006, our Operational Development Program has graduated 44 associates and placed eight in leadership positions.
“Focused environmental, health and safety initiatives like Ergo Cup have helped us achieve world-class safety results at our facilities over the last decade.”
Vice President of Bearing Operations
Investing in the Next Generation of STEM Around the World
Median hourly wage for U.S.-based full-time hourly employees is nearly triple the federal minimum wage.
Co-Op Program: Training for the Next Gen
Gender and ethnic diversity within our Board of Directors.