Syncro System’s policy of continuous improvement is also driving progress towards a greener future. The company is implementing a series of projects designed to significantly reduce the environmental impact of its entire supply chain, from design to production, installation and customer service.
The new Francom plant in San Zeno di Cassola was constructed to the highest standards of energy saving and incorporates the most efficient forms of building insulation, lighting and interior temperature control.
Syncro is committed to other green developments too, like FSC certified paper and a new photovoltaic system for renewable energy. Let’s have a closer look at all the developments listed above.
Even in this era of digital communications, a company that operates all over the world can still help protect the environment by choosing paper from managed forests! Syncro System has decided to use only paper certified by the FSC mark for the printed brochures it sends out to tens of thousands of contacts between exhibition visitors, existing and potential customers and suppliers.
The FSC mark guarantees the complete legality and sustainability of the supply chain, from trees to paper plant, and the responsible management of forestry resources.
A new rooftop photovoltaic system came on line in September 2016 at Syncro’s factory in Via Portile. 556 PV modules of 265 Wp each produce a total of 147 kWp of energy.
The new system supplies around 20% of the plant’s total energy needs and makes a significant contribution to reducing dependency on external resources and non-renewable energy!
Syncro began transferring production, warehousing and shipment to its new factory in Via Portile back in 2014. The move proved of fundamental importance for the company’s logistic efficiency and environmental compatibility.
Syncro is also moving rapidly towards a green future in building design by:
Let’s not forget that Syncro System van racking products are 100% recyclable since they are made only from steel, aluminium and plastic. In accordance with legal requirements, plastic parts are also marked to identify the type of material involved, to facilitate separation on disposal!
And it’s not finished yet! Syncro takes continuous improvement seriously and is always raising the bar. Syncro is already planning to introduce innovative energy saving technology to exploit natural resources like geothermal energy.