Renault Trucks strives to further the cause of sustainable mobility through a dedication to designing vehicles that are increasingly efficient, safer and more environmentally-friendly. We guarantee their production while preserving both the health of our workforce and the quality of our workplace, in addition to ensuring commercial practices of the highest integrity. > Read more.
UN Global compact
As a signatory to the United Nations' Global Compact since 2004, Renault Trucks clearly states its commitment to making human rights, labour rights, environmental protection and the fight against corruption the cornerstone of its corporate responsibility. > Read more.
From May 2015 to the end of 2017, Renault Trucks will be deploying its specialists and a mobile training team in several Central and West Africa countries to train World Food Programme (WFP) mechanics in the latest truck maintenance techniques. > Read more.
Renault Trucks is constantly seeking to minimize the environmental impacts caused not only by its industrial and tertiary activities, but also by the vehicles it sells. The company contributes to developing a virtuous circle in the road freight transport sector, benefiting the community through its sustainability. > Read more.
Renault Trucks values its reputation for corporate trustworthiness around the world and conducts business ethically and in compliance with the laws and regulations governing its activities. > Read more.
Renault Trucks has made safety one of its top priorities. Its operations in this field are guided by a determination to find the most efficient solutions. > Read more.
Formation WFP in Ouganda
Last November, through its 5 years partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Renault Trucks made its 15th training to local mechanics. It took place in Kampala, Uganda for 9 WFP « mechanics trainers » from 7 different African countries with two volunteers from Renault Trucks. Follow day by day this great experience with us. > Read more.
Upcoming CO2 and fuel consumption regulations
From 2019, new EU legislation will require all heavy-duty trucks sold in Europe to come with declared fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.