GGR Group, have recently joined the Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS) to work alongside key industry players in driving sustainability and collaboration within the construction sector.
GGR Group has a history of introducing market-leading equipment to the UK construction sector, including a variety of green lifting solutions, designed for use in environmentally sensitive areas. Innovations include the development of a ground-breaking battery crane in 2010, ahead of its official production model launch as the Eco-UNIC in 2014; and more recently the introduction of the world’s first fully electric telehandler in 2020.
Since 2012, the Supply Chain Sustainability School have positioned themselves as the leading professional body of sustainability within the built environment sector. Hosting regular networking events, which provide a platform for drivers of sustainability and decision makers to share knowledge in their area of expertise. In addition, the SCSS also provide free educational resources to those who are aspiring to enhance their knowledge of best practise in sustainability.
Daniel Ezzatvar, GGR’s Marketing & Special Products Director said “GGR have championed the use of low emission and eco-friendly solutions for many years. Over 80% of our equipment can be described as ‘eco-friendly’ because it is either battery powered or mechanical. We see our involvement with the Supply Chain Sustainability School as a Partner Member as a way to enhance our overall approach to sustainability, whilst gaining insight into best practice from across the supply chain.”
In addition, Sales Director, Michael Heneghan said “In today’s commercial environment, it is important for organisations to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability. Government policies are filtering down to influence and drive client demand. Our involvement with the Supply Chain Sustainability School enables us to be at the forefront of this agenda, where we can be pro-active in working with new and existing clients to develop sustainable solutions for their projects.”