OUR VISION FOR THE FUTURE
The government announced its intention to go “net zero” by 2050. Going net zero means removing as many emissions as we produce, which is vital if we’re to get a grip on climate breakdown. That means that as well as polluting less and holding big fossil fuel companies to account, we need to re-think how we use our land and natural resources. At Santis this is something we are investing in and planning so we can be Net Zero by 2030.
ENGAGING WITH SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
The Shared Value proposition plays an important role in all of our environmental protection activities. Shared Value is about strengthening our market position by engaging in social and environmental issues and integrating these into our core business.
Our diverse range of carbon efficiency measures and sustainable services not only benefit society and the environment, but also create value for us and our customers. Saving on fuel or electricity, for example, also means lower operating costs over the long term, which is why investments in green technologies pay off.
We want to:
By the year 2030 we want to reduce all logistics-related emissions to zero. Re-inventing logistics to become emissions neutral in the next decade is clearly a huge challenge for the team at Santis Global. But we are optimistic that we can achieve this goal – with the help of new technologies, the dedication and expertise of our employees and through collaboration with our customers and partners.
Maximum load up to 1kg
Fits envelopes or small jiffy bag
Each bike saves 2.5 tonnes of GHG emissions per year
Suitable for long distance journeys outside of London
Maximum load up to 8kg
Holds 1 A4 box
Holds standard laptop case
Maximum load up to 100kg
Holds up to 2 archive boxes
50% faster than the van fleet
Maximum load up to 740kg
Holds up to 2 euro pallets
Available for dedicated runs
Electrically Assisted Pedal Vans
Zero – emissions
Maximum load up to 150 kg
50% faster than van fleet
15 standard archive boxes
Here at Santis Global we continue to invest and plan so that we can be Net Zero by 2030. Over the last year we have converted a further 15% of our fleet to carbon natural options, making it 25% of our fleet.