Safety Campaign Targeting Completed Vehicles’ Transport Drivers
Hyundai Glovis has conducted a campaign with the Korea Transportation Safety Authority at Hyangnam Logistics Center for the safety of drivers transporting new vehicles. The campaign included safety inspection to prevent accidents, 4D VR experiences of an accident, and provision of products for safe driving that prevent drivers from falling asleep at the wheel. They had conducted safety inspection on all vehicles that passed through the Hyangnam Logistics Center, and distributed products such as reflective tapes and sleep prevention kits, etc. In addition, they distributed the safety manuals produced in-house and urged them to observe the break time. The Hyangnam Logistics Center of Hyundai Glovis is the midpoint where vehicles manufactured in various locations come to before they are delivered to clients. An average of approximately 250 new vehicles a day is stored here before they are consigned to the clients after washing and various inspections. Since one driver transports several new vehicles, safety management and accident prevention is important. For this, Hyundai Glovis is practicing various safety management strategies under the principle of ‘One Glovis! One Safety!’ as well as social contributions related to safety. Hyundai Glovis plans to continue to enhance the safety consciousness of drivers and create a safe transportation environment.
“Conforms with international standards” as requested for verification of
greenhouse gas emissions from the Korean Standards Association
Hyundai Glovis has been verified to have suitable amount of greenhouse gas emission for international standards by the Korean Standards Association (KSA). The scopes of this inspection are Scope1 (direct emissions such as fuel combustion of ships), Scope2 (indirect emissions from externally supplied fuels), Scope3 (indirect emissions from transportation such as supply chains), etc. Although domestic firms are not required to calculate or report Scope 3 greenhouse gas, Hyundai Glovis is striving to build social trust by reducing GHS emission targeting carbon neutrality, and plans to continuously serve as a model for the spread of environmentally-friendly business culture.
Signed a voluntary agreement to reduce fine dust from old trucks
Hyundai Glovis has voluntarily signed an agreement to reduce fine dust from old trucks with a total of 20 organizations including the Metropolitan Air Quality Division under the Ministry of Environment and related companies. According to the agreement, Hyundai Glovis will equip and manage diesel particulate filter (DPF) to lower the pollution by trucks, and implement environmentally-friendly driving. The Metropolitan Air Quality Division and other administrations/public institutions are to support the action by offering incentives, etc. To realize the low-pollution measures, Hyundai Glovis plans to provide the Metropolitan Air Quality Division the necessary information such as vehicle numbers and operation history, and actively cooperate with performance checks. Furthermore, they will promote this to suppliers and recommend the low-pollution measures through the installation of DPF, etc. Hyundai Glovis will continue to lead the practice of environmentally-friendly transportation through various efforts throughout its business to improve air quality.