Comex 2000 is committed to understanding, managing, and minimising its impact on both the local and global environment, with policies in place to monitor and reduce its current emissions output. This has allowed the company to set carbon reduction targets across all areas of the business, meaning it’s now able to keep customers updated on its progress and share the latest results on the road to net zero.
Of course, with a fleet of 700 vehicles, this represents a significant portion of the company’s CO2 production – and this is why Lightfoot has been such a game-changer for the Comex 2000 fleet.
As a business, Comex are keen adopters of pioneering technology that can provide training and development opportunities to their employees, so Lightfoot’s fleet management system seemed like an obvious choice.
Through coaching drivers to drive in a style that is safer, smoother, and less fuel-hungry, Lightfoot has helped the telecoms company to reduce carbon emissions by over 8%. This means that over the next 5 years, Comex 2000 is on track to prevent more than 2756 tonnes of carbon emissions from entering the atmosphere.
To put this into context, that’s the same amount of CO2 that would be created by boiling 107.5 million kettles, absorbed by a forest of 131,000 trees, or saved by converting 330 vehicles to EVs.
All in all, it’s a big win for Comex 2000’s sustainability goals and an even bigger win for the environment.