By lowering our own carbon footprint
By helping our customers lower their carbon emissions
Thomas Schmidt, CEO and Managing Director, Bridgestone Mobility SolutionsAs part of the Bridgestone Group, we share its global commitment to help achieve a more sustainable society. Our core fleet management solution, WEBFLEET, already supports customers to reduce their fuel consumption and carbon emissions between 10% and 25%. But we want to do more.
Regreening 3380 ha in Tanzania
To offset the carbon emissions from our supply chain and facilities, Webfleet Solutions partnered with Justdiggit to invest in regreening 3380 hectares of land in Tanzania. That is an area four times bigger than the center of Amsterdam.
Justdiggit is a Dutch NGO and partner of the UN Environment Program. It is focused on landscape restoration through the regreening of drylands in Africa to make a positive impact on climate, nature, and people.
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By regreening this area, in total around 51,800 metric tons of carbon will be sequestered through bringing back over 130,000 trees. This program not only takes carbon out of the air but it also positively impacts the livelihoods of over 18,000 people, saves 700 million liters of water yearly, and restores biodiversity.
Together, we can bring back nature and cool down the planet.Find out more
Our carbon footprint scan
We wanted to better understand the impact our business was having on the environment. That's why we asked Impact Institute to create a scan of our carbon footprint across 2018 and 2019.
Using these results, over the last two years we have offset our carbon footprint by re-greening an area in Tanzania and Kenya via a separate project with our partner Justdiggit.
In that time, we've worked on re-greening a total area of 0.9 sq miles of degraded lands. That equates to 8500 trees regrown, 10 million gallons of water sequestered, and 1100 local people in Tanzania and Kenya empowered.
Our award-winning fleet management solution provides real-time and historic visibility over how your vehicles are being used. You can zero in on areas where fuel is being wasted and take steps to improve fuel usage. For example, trip data shows you where drivers are idling or could engage cruise control more often, helping promote more sustainable and fuel-efficient driving.
By connecting to your truck's FMS, you get clear insights into the trips that your drivers are taking and how your fuel is being used.Find out more
LINK devices are vehicle tracking systems for all fleet sizes and types that tell you more than just the position of your vehicles and trailers. Get clear insight into the trips your drivers are taking and how your fuel is being used.Find out more
PRO Driver Terminals
These all-in-one devices are designed to help drivers work smarter. Truck navigation shows the shortest, safest routes and active driver feedback cuts out habits that waste fuel and increase CO2 emissions.Find out more
Electric vehicle fleet management
WEBFLEET electric vehicle (EV) management offers companies the tools they need to get the most value from their EVs. You can monitor both your EVs and your internal combustion engine vehicles on the same interface.
With clear visibility over charge levels, you can stay confident about range and plan jobs efficiently.Find out more
Green Your Fleet
Developed by Webfleet Solutions, the Green Your Fleet platform allows our customers to calculate an estimate of their fleet’s CO2 emissions and find out what steps they need to take to make a positive climate impact.
Customers can join our partnership with Justdiggit to regreen African drylands. By greening up and capturing carbon, we can cool down our planet and reverse climate change.Find out more
Since 2018, Webfleet Solutions has been encouraging its customers to switch from paper invoicing to e-invoicing. For every paper invoice that is still sent, we donate 30% of the costs for the invoice to Justdiggit.
So far, more than 22,000 customers have switched to e-invoicing. Because of this, we were able to reduce printed paper invoices by more than 280,000 copies.