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Our commitment to the environment is reflected in everything we do every day.

Vietor, s.r.o, undertakes to minimize environmental impacts. We strive for our fleet to be as high-quality as possible. We only use new vehicles in our fleet which are regularly inspected by authorized motor workshops where recycling of all spare parts and service liquids used is ensured as much as possible.

Since it is important for reduction of the carbon footprint to plan shipments in such a manner that the vehicles do not use inefficient routes and they are not used unloaded, Vietor, s.r.o, reduces the environmental impact of business by making greater use of transport capacity and by modernization of the fleet, transport equipment and the premises in which it operates.

The priorities of our company's environmental policy include:

  • Compliance with regulations, decrees and the requirements arising from environmental legislation;
  • Permanent contribution to clean air by minimizing pollutants from vehicles, i.e. the use of vehicles with EURO 5 engine category and above;
  • Integration of our business objectives with environmental objectives to eliminate negative environmental impacts;
  • Minimization of waste by separating it;
  • Assessing and addressing the environmental impacts of our activities and products and the introduction of preventive measures to prevent pollution of the environment and to promote its protection.
All investment decisions are also assessed in terms of possible environmental impacts.

We are aware that, despite our great efforts, our activities cause an impact on the environment. By applying and strictly following the principles of the environmental policy, we strive to meet our goal in this area - to treat the environment and natural resources as carefully as possible.

Questionnaire: As our customer, is it essential to you that we use Mercedes Sprinter vehicles?
Questionnaire yes, it is essential 54 %     Questionnaire no, it is not important 46 %     
(number of participating: 6 558)