Issues concerning sustainability, the environment and occupational health and safety are an integral part of Axelent’s operations. Management by objectives ensures continuous improvements in these areas.We adopt an approach that leads to long-term sustainable development through continuous improvements and efforts to reduce all conceivable environmental impact.
Axelent complies with laws and regulations, as well as customer demands, concerning environmental responsibility. Spanning everything from our own wind turbines to products that are 99% recyclable, we want to minimise our environmental impact in every way possible.
We always strive to reduce our environmental impact. Axelent has its own wind turbines that provide 100% of the energy used by the business.
Surplus heat from production is used to heat our premises. So as not to use more energy than necessary, we have installed energy monitors.
Axelent strives to ensure high efficiency in our use of natural resources.
As part of these efforts, we favour systems for recycling and reusing materials. Axelent’s products are 99% recyclable and we partner with market leaders in the field.
Axelent endeavours to reduce scrap and spoilage in production. Recycling is of course admirable, but it is always better to maximise material utilisation.
Our new fall protection system has been fully tested to the standards of the relevant markets, which give you as a customer peace of mind knowing that you can save both time and money and ultimately have a much better solution for your requirements. The testing, both physical and calculation, is also completed to ensure that the system is fully compliant to all areas it is being installed.
Camaraderie is important to the Axelent family. This summer, several members of staff took part in Cykelvasan, a demanding but extremely fun bike race!
“Are your fences robot-proof?” Many have asked that question during the last three to five years. A little daringly the answer could be a counterquestion, “Do they have to be?” Almost everyone appears to think so; but as is so often the case, the answer should depend on the circumstances.
Having never had a formal interview it was quite a daunting experience, after a few minutes of stumbling I spoke up and confessed to Stefan that this was my first interview, on which he looked at me then looked down at my CV and asked how I had ended up with my previous roles. I explained, got the job and made my way up in the role and company.
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