Quality itself is not only important for the customer but also guarantees the long-term use of the product. The machines we distribute are tools operating for the benefit of the economy. The longer they can serve the economy, the later we need to utilize new resources to produce a new machine. Our service aims to maintain the machines for as long as possible until their operation becomes uneconomical, and outdated or inefficient technology imposes greater burdens than the production of a new, energy-efficient machine. The hybrid or electric press brakes and CO2 lasers we offer comply with the strictest energy efficiency requirements, using only a fraction of the energy consumption of previous technologies. Moreover, the completely oil-free operation of servo-electronic technology is a significant step forward.
Source of raw materials
During our procurement process, we strive to consolidate machine shipments, thereby reducing the environmental impact of transportation. We prioritize sourcing components and other products that are available within the country or in close geographical proximity, which helps minimize transportation routes. Ideally, we purchase directly from the manufacturers, eliminating unnecessary product transportation.
At our premises, we practice selective waste collection. Paper waste, such as previous catalogs, is primarily sent to the appropriate collection points through charitable school waste collection campaigns. We also take care of the management of used oil generated during oil changes.
It is important to note that we primarily apply the most fundamental form of recycling, which is reuse, for most packaging materials. The incoming product boxes are perfectly suitable for our deliveries, so our demand for new packaging materials has practically ceased.
During our service activities, we use the highest quality auxiliary materials, which are produced by responsible companies, taking into consideration their environmental impact. We avoid using cleaning agents and service materials from unreliable sources.
During our activities, we do not generate significant direct waste that would burden the environment. We exclusively use recycled paper for our operations. Moreover, we strive to take small steps that involve the multiple reuse of energy resources, such as utilizing both sides of the paper or using refillable containers during servicing.
At our premises, we employ water purifying systems instead of bottled water. As a result, we use approximately 2000 fewer bottles per year.
Corporate social responsibility
We consider it important to support values that not only impact the natural environment but also contribute to a better and healthier life for those living in it. Therefore, we have been significant supporters of local sports clubs, especially for children and young athletes, in recent years. In our new office building, we have planned equipment for physical activity, as we believe it not only contributes to physical health but also preserves the mental well-being of our employees.
In our operations, we have completely transitioned to sending and receiving invoices electronically. We store as many documents as possible solely in electronic form.
Regarding our Mitsubishi connection, for every Mitsubishi laser cutting machine sold, we plant a Japanese cherry tree at our premises. With this, we aim to express our care for the environment and acknowledge the excellent product created by our Japanese partner.
Looking into the future, we aim to implement new technologies at our facility, primarily focusing on renewable energy sources, such as solar panels, hybrid or electric vehicles. We are aware of the external impacts of these technologies, such as commonly raised criticism of battery cells and the mode of electricity production, as traditional power plants may produce not-so-clean energy. Despite these criticisms, we believe that the direction and aspiration for development are commendable. While these technologies may not solve all sustainability issues, they represent an essential step forward.