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How They're Made

Metalog tools are handmade by skilled workers with disabilities. Together with Caritas (a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people with various social disadvantages), we ensure fair wages are paid in exchange for quality craftsmanship to people who may otherwise face challenges finding employment. The workshop is located near the company's headquarters in Bavaria, Germany.

Two employees from Metalog Tools, which uses skilled workers with disabilities to make its award-winning and sustainable training tools
A man in a workshop uses a machine to plane and sand raw wood for Metalog Tool's award-winning and sustainable training tools
A skilled worker with disabilities uses a power drill to make a Metalog training tool for team building using sustainable materials
A group of skilled workers with disabilities who work for Metalog Tools to create sustainable training tools stands outside
A man wearing an apron inspects red wooden boards that will be crafted into Metalog tools for use in hands on training activities

In 2018, Metalog received the Sustainable Development Award of Agenda 21, the UN’s global action plan adopted at the 1992 Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro. The jury's decision was based on three key factors: our use of wood as a renewable raw material, our highly efficient work practices and our partnership with a charitable institution.

This award reinforces our commitment to an approach to manufacturing that is sustainable for the environment and makes a positive impact on society.

A female Metalog Tools employee wearing green gloves selects a raw birch wood board to be handcrafted into a team building tool
A pile of red tubing with black fasteners will be constructed in a Metalog Tools experiential learning activity or game
A man at a workshop for skilled workers with disabilities glues a wood box for Metalog's collection of sustainable training tools
A man wearing an apron works on CataPult, one of Metalog Tools' hands on, sustainable training tools for groups and teams
A man wearing an apron uses a drill press to build a training tool for Metalog, a top brand for experiential learning activities
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