Each journey is different, but too often we rely on the same mode of transport, regardless of whether it’s best suited to the task. We may instinctively hop into our car, even though cycling or public transport could be a more efficient choice. European Commission encourage us to redefine our daily journeys.
The theme for this year’s European Mobility Week is about mixing travel modes and encouraging the general public to have an active lifestyle. It places a strong emphasis on changing our habits, by choosing more sustainable modes of transport. In a transportation company like Global Motion, we particularly understand need for responsible planning and use of multimodal transport.
Another year in a row Global Motion’s employees took part in Katowice Business Run – event which supports Jasiek Mela’s “Beyond Horizons” Foundation that helps amputees on everyday basis. This year, there were 2 teams delegated from our company. Noteworthy is fact that not all of the runners practise on regular basis but they happily run to help foundation’s ward Marek Urbanek. They did their utmost effort to collect funds for a young boy from Tychy. We can proudly announce that our teams took 193 and 287 places. Katowice Business Run attracted 1500 runners in 2015 edition.
The report “Responsible Business in Poland. Good practices ” is an annual publication of the NGO named Forum Odpowiedzialnego Biznesu. It presents companies’ activities in the field of CSR. The outcome is an overview of Poland’s largest socially responsible business activities. Practices described in it create a unique image of corporate social responsibility in our country.
The 13th edition of the Report “Responsible Business in Poland. Good practices” presents nearly 700 examples of CSR activities of companies. One of the practices mentioned in the Report is Global Motion’s strategy to reduce exhaust emission by renewal of its trucks fleet. New trucks which meet the Euro VI emission class are our contribution for sustainable transport.