Marker was founded in 1952 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, by Hannes Strong Marker, the inventor of the first safety ski bindings, and has been synonymous with safety and innovation in the ski field ever since. Today, the headquarters of Marker are located in Penzberg, Bavaria. As a key player in the winter sports sector, they are well aware of their responsibility to act sustainably. Therefore, they strive to conserve as many resources as possible during the various stages of production and are constantly researching new ways to expand their efforts. 100 percent of their metal, mainly steel, is recycled centrally in steel plants. The recycled steel is used in the production processes. In addition, obsolete plastic waste from a single source is re-milled through suppliers wherever possible and reused in production processes.
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