British kitchen manufacturer, Moores, has revealed it has added a further 6 Mercedes Actros fuel-saving vehicles to its fleet.
In what it says is 'yet another demonstration of the company’s roadmap to carbon neutrality', the fleet is now 100% compliant to Euro 6 standards for fuel emissions, with consumption reduced by 20% versus older models.
The companys says that this fleet upgrade has helped to reduce its carbon footprint by 195 tonnes across the entire fleet, which further supplements the 200-tonne saving Moores has already made.
Overall, Moores has reduced its carbon footprint by 395 tonnes of Co2 per year, which it says is equivalent to the amount of Co2 that 15,200 trees would remove from the atmosphere. It adds that it continues to position sustainability as a core fundamental part of its long-term business strategy.