At the Eco Climate Summit in Ankara, where Togg attended with the prototype of the C-SUV, which he was preparing to take off the production line in the last quarter of 2022, Togg met with great interest from the visitors. Togg's CEO M. Gürcan Karakaş gave a speech titled “Transformation and sustainability in the world of mobility” within the scope of the summit, and said, “We set out for a technology that is "naturally electric" and "zero emission technology". We shape our sustainability strategy around actions that will create value for the user.”
Turkey's global technology brand Togg, serving in the field of mobility, took its place with its C-SUV prototype at the Eco Climate Summit, which was organized to raise awareness on climate change caused by global warming. The smart device, which Togg was preparing to take off the production line in the last quarter of 2022, met with great interest from the visitors. Speaking at the summit with wide participation from heads of state, public authorities, international organizations and industry representatives, Togg CEO M. Gürcan Karakaş said that they have implemented applications that will make a difference within the scope of combating climate change. stated. Emphasizing that Togg is a naturally green and sustainable company, Karakaş said:
“We set out to implement a 'naturally electric' and 'zero-emission' technology. We shape our sustainability strategy around actions that will create value for the user. Including the construction works of our Gemlik Facility, we have priority areas that we focus on in terms of environmental, social and governance issues. We determined these priority areas together with our stakeholders by taking their opinions. We place the understanding of creating common value for and with our stakeholders at the focal point of all our processes, and we shape our world around this.”
Processes in the supply chain are also in our focus.
Karakaş stated that they also attach great importance to the issue of product-based carbon emissions in the supply chain and continued as follows: “We are investigating issues such as 'can it be recycled' or 'can it be more organic', from the fabric to be used in our smart device to any small piece, and we communicate with our suppliers accordingly. In addition to the classic questions we ask our suppliers about the product, 'Do you have a carbon footprint certificate', 'Do you have an energy management system?' We have also added questions such as: These criteria also play an important role in our supplier selection. We will continue to grow our ecosystem on sustainability.”
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