Promoting sustainability! CMI incorporates a fleet of electric vehicles into its operations

January 12 2024

Original article published by Time.News

As part of its sustainability strategy, Corporación Multi Inversiones (CMI), through CMI Capital and CMI Foods, announced this day the incorporation of five electric vehicles to its operational fleet, which constitute a contribution to the sustainable transformation in the region, promoting an ecosystem of electromobility and green transportation.

The Maxus brand electric vehicles are intended for the operation of B4C (pastas, cookies and soups), where through their use they seek to reduce noise pollution and the emission of 300 tons of direct CO2 emissions, during their operation. useful life. The five electric vehicles will be powered by certified renewable energy, reducing noise pollution and CO2 emissions. (Credit. Perspective).

Additionally, these vehicles generate a 10% savings on the cost of the Corporation’s current fleet, which translates into a possible sustainable commercial solution for other companies seeking to implement these vehicles in their operations.

FÁTIMA PEREIRA: A SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY THAT PROVIDES SOLUTIONS

Fátima Pereira, director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability at CMI Alimentos, highlighted that the Corporation promotes different initiatives focused on sustainability and these vehicles will contribute to these objectives, where it is highlighted that as “a single CMI”, the issuance of more than 2 million tons of CO2. Fátima Pereira, Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability at CMI Foods.

“It fills me with pride to be here today, living a single CMI, and it fills me with emotion that every day we have more disruptive initiatives, such as electromobility, to be able to support the well-being of the planet that we so want to promote in our sustainability strategy,” he said. Pereira.

ALDO VALLEJO: WE WANT TO BE AGENTS OF CHANGE IN THE COUNTRIES WHERE WE OPERATE

Aldo Vallejo, Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, highlighted that sustainability at CMI is already present and they seek to have a positive impact on the Corporation’s operations, but they are also focused on providing sustainable solutions internally and externally at CMI.

“At CMI we want to be agents of change in the countries where we operate. In the case of CMI Capital, our purpose is to channel investments from the world to our region so that they can be invested in sectors that move the needle of sustainable development,” Vallejo explained. .

He added that they are also promoting sustainable cities through real estate projects, shopping centers that facilitate trade for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as access to affordable housing.

ENRIQUE CRESPO: THIS IS ONLY THE FIRST STEP
For his part, Enrique Crespo, CEO of CMI Capital, highlighted that the private sector and companies that believe in sustainability have an important role in promoting competitiveness in countries, through the generation of opportunities and the promotion of development. for the region and these sustainability initiatives are only the first step of others that CMI will take to strategically differentiate itself on the path of sustainability.

“We believe in conscious and responsible capitalism, we believe that it is possible to do business, manage our businesses profitably and efficiently in the long term, but creating value for all sectors of society,” Crespo stressed. Enrique Crespo, CEO of CMI Capital.

Finally, he pointed out that this incorporation of the electric vehicle fleet is the first step on a prosperous path where they seek to differentiate themselves strategically in the markets in which they operate, creating value for all segments in society and in the value chain where participate.

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