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GGR Group has been supplying innovative lifting solutions to the industry for nearly three decades.

Boasting an environmentally friendly fleet of over 90% battery powered or mechanically operated equipment, GGR Group are able to meet the zero-emission demand required by operations within confined spaces and environmentally sensitive areas.

With a commitment to innovation within the lifting sector, GGR Group has a pedigree for the development of industry leading equipment, especially in relation to green lifting solutions. Early examples include the development of a pioneering battery crane in 2010, ahead of its’ formal launch as the Eco-UNIC in 2014 and more recently the introduction of the Worlds’ first Electric Telehandler in 2020.

In addition to our own initiatives, GGR has subscribed to recent market trends such as; Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO), the roll out of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure at all depots and energy saving office solutions.

Sustainability & Supply Chain

For over a decade, GGR Group have been early adopters of sustainable technologies, changing perceptions on key sustainable factors within the industry and building a company culture that encourages employees to incorporate an eco-friendlier approach in their working lives.

Constantly working with the worlds’ largest manufacturers of cranes and lifting solutions, we are able to closely identify ways of improving the eco-friendly nature of our equipment and share ideas of reducing the carbon footprint during production.

We have set targets for recycling, energy waste and reduced water usage and are always looking towards developing technologies and sustainable alternative – encouraging our suppliers and business partners do the same.

 

Why a Partner?

Being a Partner Member, provides the opportunity to work alongside key industry players on matters related to sustainability and identify best-in-class solutions, to ensure business is done in an environmentally friendly, ethical and socially-conscious manner.

Membership of the School lends itself to the development of businesses within the UK construction sector, offering a platform for partnerships, communication, collaboration and co-creation.

Exposure to organisations from across the sector, allows for industry best practise to be shared under the banner of sustainability and achieve a common goal.

“For many years, we have strived to promote sustainability and CSR across the business, through investment in our employees and our strategies. Innovation is something embedded in GGR’s DNA and we are proud of the strategies we have put in place and the steps we have taken to become more aware of sustainability protocols”
Kevin Fairholm Grad IOSH – Health & Safety Director