„Sustainable development is the development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." (Brundtland-Report)
It is in our own interest to save our planet by acting economically and using resource-efficient technologies.

 

Transport

SCHERM Group | Ecology | eLKWSince July 2015 the 100% electric truck travels eight times a day between the SCHERM Group logistics centre and the BMW Group plant in Munich.

The electric truck will be exclusively charged with electricity from renewable sources. The combination of this and the alternative driveline means the 40-ton truck helps the environment while it is on the road – it’s CO2-free, quiet and generates almost no fine particle pollution.

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SCHERM Group | Ecology | Electric mobilityAs one of the first companies in the region around Ingolstadt, the SCHERM Group is backing electric mobility. The new emission-free, noiseless Volkswagen e-up! company car is being used for short-distance trips to Neuburg and Ingolstadt.

The so-called „Elektro-Spitzenflitzer“ , or electro-runabout, replaces a conventional car with a combustion engine that was being used for short-distance and small-part delivery trips. With its 82 hp electric engine it can reach a top speed of 130 km/h (81 mph) over an average of 120 km (75 miles).

SCHERM Group | Ecology | Reducting EmissionsThe use of newest transportation vehicles with the Euro 6 standard shows a significant improvement of emission reduction. New technologies i.e. the use of AdBlue in the exhaust gas purification lead to an overall reduction of 90% of nitrogen oxides. A particle filter for diesels decreases particle emission by up to 97%. Additionally, the filter regenerates by itself through intelligent exhaust temperature control.

Common rail and cooled exhaust gas recirculation complete the portfolio of emission reduction.

Crude oil is one of the limited resources on our planet. Although we need this energy source for transportation, it is our duty to use it economically. We demonstrate our responsibility by constantly reducing fleet fuel consumption through specific training for our drivers, fleet management and fuel consumption monitoring. Fuel-efficient routes and the reduction of unnecessary kilometers are key competences of the SCHERM Groups fuel efficiency program.

SCHERM Group - Ecology | EuroCombi

With an overall length of up to 25.25 m and a gross vehicle weight of 60 t, the EuroCombi is a transportation giant on the roads. By increasing the size of the vehicle, it is possible to reduce the number of trucks required and to combine trips.

This not only reduces the volume of traffic, but also the amount of fuel, exhaust gas emissions and transport costs. The SCHERM Group is following this trend by testing the vehicle.

 

SCHERM Group | Ecology | eLKW

Since July 2015 the 100% electric truck travels eight times a day between the SCHERM group logistics centre and the BMW Group plant in Munich.

The electric truck will be exclusively charged with electricity from renewable sources. The combination of this and the alternative driveline means the 40-ton truck helps the environment while it is on the road – it’s CO2-free, quiet and generates almost no fine particle pollution.

further information

 

SCHERM Group | Ecology | Electric mobility

As one of the first companies in the region around Ingolstadt, the SCHERM Group is backing electric mobility. The new emission-free, noiseless Volkswagen e-up! company car is being used for short-distance trips to Neuburg and Ingolstadt.

The so-called „Elektro-Spitzenflitzer“ , or electro-runabout, replaces a conventional car with a combustion engine that was being used for short-distance and small-part delivery trips. With its 82 hp electric engine it can reach a top speed of 130 km/h (81 mph) over an average of 120 km (75 miles).

SCHERM Group | Ecology | Reducting Emissions

The use of newest transportation vehicles with the Euro 6 standard shows a significant improvement of emission reduction. New technologies i.e. the use of AdBlue in the exhaust gas purification lead to an overall reduction of 90% of nitrogen oxides. A particle filter for diesels decreases particle emission by up to 97%. Additionally, the filter regenerates by itself through intelligent exhaust temperature control.

Common rail and cooled exhaust gas recirculation complete the portfolio of emission reduction.

Crude oil is one of the limited resources on our planet. Although we need this energy source for transportation, it is our duty to use it economically. We demonstrate our responsibility by constantly reducing fleet fuel consumption through specific training for our drivers, fleet management and fuel consumption monitoring. Fuel-efficient routes and the reduction of unnecessary kilometers are key competences of the SCHERM Groups fuel efficiency program.

SCHERM Group - Ecology | EuroCombi

With an overall length of up to 25.25 m and a gross vehicle weight of 60 t, the EuroCombi is a transportation giant on the roads. By increasing the size of the vehicle, it is possible to reduce the number of trucks required and to combine trips.

This not only reduces the volume of traffic, but also the amount of fuel, exhaust gas emissions and transport costs. The SCHERM Group is following this trend by testing the vehicle.

Logistics

SCHERM Group | Ecology | Electric industrial trucks

Environmental concerns are equally important in the logistics branch.

The SCHERM Group mainly uses electric industrial trucks such as fork lifts and small transport cars.

 

SCHERM Group | Ecology | Photovoltaics

The SCHERM Group owns a substantial amount of warehouse and storage floor space. The area above this is utilised to create energy, which can, for example, be used to load fork trucks and run computers.

By combining natural daylight with lighting operated through photovoltaic systems, we are able to reduce the burden on the environment even further and likewise strengthen our already strong commitment to the environment.

 

SCHERM Group | Ecology | Electric industrial trucks

Environmental concerns are equally important in the logistics branch.

The SCHERM Group mainly uses electric industrial trucks such as fork lifts and small transport cars.

 

SCHERM Group | Ecology | Photovoltaics

The SCHERM Group owns a substantial amount of warehouse and storage floor space. The area above this is utilised to create energy, which can, for example, be used to load fork trucks and run computers.

By combining natural daylight with lighting operated through photovoltaic systems, we are able to reduce the burden on the environment even further and likewise strengthen our already strong commitment to the environment.

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