Litens Aftermarket North America Elevates Sustainability Efforts

Litens Aftermarket North America Elevates Sustainability Efforts

Litens said it is dedicated to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030. 

Litens Aftermarket announced it is reinforcing its commitment to sustainability by integrating it into every facet of its operations. Through a comprehensive approach, Litens said it is addressing key areas such as environmental responsibility, energy efficiency, fairness and concern for employees, corporate ethics and compliance, responsible supply chain practices and contributions to communities.

Litens is dedicated to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030. 

“Litens is dedicated to ensuring its operations meet current needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own,” said John Lussier, president of Litens Aftermarket North America. 

From environmental responsibility to community contributions, Litens said it prioritizes initiatives aligned with six United Nations Sustainable Development goals, all designed to drive positive change within its functional operations. 

These six goals include:

  • Good health and well-being 
  • Gender equality 
  • Affordable and clean energy 
  • Decent work and economic growth 
  • Responsible consumption and production 
  • Combating climate change. 

Through energy efficiency measures, including the installation of LED lighting and solar panels across multiple sites, Litens is reducing greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption. Litens also prioritizes waste reduction and recycling through waste audits that help track waste metrics across its facilities, along with instituting packaging improvements to limit unnecessary materials, the company said.

The company’s commitment, in collaboration with its OEM customers, extends to responsible consumption and production, with a focus on developing innovative products that reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions. This is achieved through the use of advanced, lightweight components, materials, and systems, along with innovative manufacturing practices, according to Litens.

Litens continues its tradition of giving back to communities by supporting social and charitable causes. The company said it places a premium on fairness and concern for its employees, fostering a diverse, inclusive and safe work environment. Through codified policies, the company upholds fundamental human and labor rights, ensuring fair treatment and compensation for all employees, the company said.

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