Samat International Prioritises Safety and Green Technology

samat

Transportation with tank trucks and tank containers all across Europe. With solar panels installed on all of their trucks, Samat drives towards a cleaner future

Samat International AB is a transportation business that transports fluids all across Europe with tank trucks and tank containers. Samat International has its headquarters in Helsingborg, Sweden and is a part of the Samat Group, headquartered in France. The company focuses on performance optimisation and the environment which is one of the reasons why they have chosen to install solar panels on all of their trucks.

High level of professionalism with a focus on safety

It is of great importance to focus on professionalism and safety when working with the transportation of sensitive materials. Every link in the transportation chain needs prioritising. One of the tools for maintaining focus in the cooperation is the implementation of Quality, Health, Safety, Security and Environment (QHSSE management). The focus of this implementation is to prevent and allocate risky behaviours, monitored by QHSSE coordinators and safety monitors out in the field in all of their subsidiaries.

The use of new technology is for the pleasure of everyone involved

The company is working actively to reduce its environmental footprint by focusing on eco-training and revamping its fleet with the newest technology. Now they have taken one more step to reduce their carbon emissions by installing solar panels from Green Energy on all of their new trucks. The goal is to reduce fuel consumption by 2,5 per cent and the need for idling. Furthermore, the battery lifespan will double when combined with the usage of solar panels.

Mikael Regnander, who works for Green Energy in Sweden, has contributed to the installation of a 165Wp solar cell set on a Scania 41 124 truck.

We congratulate the company on its first of many installations.

Read more about the Samat Group here: www.samat.com

The transport sector is one of the areas where it is easy to achieve CO2 savings by installing solar panels. All Green Energy solar panel solutions for the transport sector are negotiated through EUROPART, contact your local EUROPART department for more information on price and the solution that fits you.

Visit: www.europart.net

Search

Shortcuts

Menu

Search

Search

Contact form

Questions, ideas or projects? We're ready to help


Download our app

Monitor your solar panel solution

Our app gives you a complete overview of your solar panel solution and how it performs. Insights include total energy production, fuel savings, carbon emission savings etc.

Graphs

Explore more of the benefits of CIGS Solar Panels

The CIGS solar panel is often recognised on its slim profile, its flexibility and its low weight. CIGS solar panels are better than conventional solar panels in almost every aspect, when it comes to sustainability efforts and especially durability.

Liters of water dissipation / kWh produced

Lower is better

Data from: https://unece.org/sed/documents/2021/10/reports/life-cycle-assessment-electricity-generation-options (page 37-38)

Document

CIGS compared to poly-Si

Roof mounted

Land use / kWh produced

Lower is better

Data from: https://unece.org/sed/documents/2021/10/reports/life-cycle-assessment-electricity-generation-options (page 37-38)

Document

CIGS compared to poly-Si

Roof mounted

Ionising radiation emited / kWh produced

Lower is better

Data from: https://unece.org/sed/documents/2021/10/reports/life-cycle-assessment-electricity-generation-options (page 37-38)

Document

CIGS compared to poly-Si

Roof mounted

Carcinogenic effects / kWh produced

Lower is better

Data from: https://unece.org/sed/documents/2021/10/reports/life-cycle-assessment-electricity-generation-options (page 37-38)

Document

CIGS compared to poly-Si

Roof mounted

Freshwater eutrophication / kWh produced

Lower is better

Data from: https://unece.org/sed/documents/2021/10/reports/life-cycle-assessment-electricity-generation-options (page 37-38)

Document

CIGS compared to poly-Si

Roof mounted