Business integrity; our standard
Sustainable entrepreneurship has long been a criterion in Dieseko Group’s business operations. A significant step was already taken in 2018 with the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) agenda. These ESG metrics are used to measure the sustainability and ethical impact of business operations; so also for, for example, the selection of suppliers
Dieseko published its first ESG report in 2019. We now report annually as our future is partly determined by the further implementation of our CSR and ESG strategy. The latest reports, published by MJ Hudson Spring, indicate significant progress has been made in Dieseko’s ESG program.
Reducing the environmental impact
Important ESG criteria are aimed at reducing the impact on ecosystems and habitats. For Dieseko, this means focusing on three areas: limiting our energy consumption, making our production and products more sustainable, and developing emission-free and low-emission foundation solutions for our customers.
Our innovation strategy is based on 5 pillars:
Dieseko Group has already introduced sustainable initiatives, such as the manufacture of OEM electro-hydraulic power packs, OEM and low-emission power packs. The i-Timer stop-start system and remote access and remote monitoring are also sustainable developments because this has a direct effect on additional environmental impact, such as less travel for service technicians.
Furthermore, Dieseko has developed patented upending systems for more efficient (offshore) installation. To adress noise disturbance, we designed a Noise Reduction Screen. Moreover, Dieseko Group is developing pioneering zero-emission foundation equipment as the ultimate contribution to zero-emission construction sites by 2030.
Limiting energy consumption
By working smarter, we save time and reduce our travel movements. Our service technicians can log in to our machines remotely and do not have to fly all over the world. The solar panels on the roof of Dieseko Group now generate 150 MWh2 and a significant number of our employees already drive electric vehicles. We will be offering our first zero-emission foundation rigs for rent for our customers in 2022.