Integrated Management System Policy -
Veloce has the Integrated Management System – SGI covering the standards ABNT NBR ISO 9001:2015 – Quality Management System, ABNT (Brazilian Association of Technical Standards) NBR (Brazilian Standard) ISO (International Standard Organization) 14001:2015 – Environmental Management System and SASSMAQ 3rd edition of 2014 – Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Assessment System.
We pursue to offer logistics solutions contemplating sustainability in all operations, guided by the Ethical and Disciplinary Conduct Manual, in order to establish solid relationships with stakeholders, aiming:
New engines with technology suitable to current legislation.
Fuel with lower CO² index and higher efficiency
Implementation of our own gas station, offering diesel with fewer pollutants and 3% more economical.
With special prices for contracted carriers, in addition to cost reduction with maintenance.
The trucks have controlled black smoke emission through the performance of biannual Opacity Tests, which measure the level of pollutants emitted by the vehicle. The approved vehicles must have emissions established by the manufacturers and/or in accordance with the levels established in the CONAMA (National Environment Council) Resolution No. 418, of November 25, 2009.
The partner carriers with vehicles certified with the Selo Verde (Green Seal) earn extra points for the Destaq Award, which recognizes the best Veloce suppliers. Also, daily sampling inspections, to prevent the circulation of vehicles out of the CO² emission acceptable standards.
Optimization in the Use of Natural Resources
We have Reservoir, Rainwater Harvesting System and Effluent Treatment Plan – ETE.
The rainwater collected is used in box trucks washing, reducing therefore the consumption of treated water from the public network. The effluents from this washing are treated in the ETE and the treated water returns to the reservoir to be reused in the washing process. The sludge resulting from the treatment process is sent to a landfill.
Using water from reuse and also from rainfall, we reduce the consumption of treated water to clean each vehicle, from 660 liters to 140 liters approximately.