Logistics are an important element of the value chain. Because in order to protect the environment, one needs to limit his transport activities down to the absolutely necessary. Every tour must make sense, empty runs and detours must be avoided by means of intelligent planning. In the ideal case, everything works like anoversized clockwork, where all activities are perfectly in line with each other. This also means that vehicles must carry the optimal containers for their respective tasks, so they can transport any kind of material safely and efficiently. Also the human factor needs to be taken into account. Drivers with a strong sense of responsibility, who observe all legal provisions and are also experts for the subjects of safe disposal and environmental protection, can make a big difference.
Also in this area we get the best out of it – with a large fleet consisting of over 1,000 vehicles, which are dealing every day with the collection and transportation of all sorts of waste and recyclable materials. Modern software and sophisticated navigation systems guarantee the best possible linking of all transports and the most efficient use of resources. By reducing both load kilometres and empty runs, costs can be saved and CO2 emissions decreased.