Ambu wants electric car fleet by 2030

Today, Ambu's Danish employees can only choose green company cars. The medtech firm seeks to transform its car fleet to be fully electric by 2030, the Director of ESG reports.

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Medtech company Ambu wants more electric cars on the road.

"As one of our actions to reduce carbon emissions, we commit to transitioning our entire company car fleet to be fully electric by 2030," Director ESG Lene Møldrup says in a post on Linkedin.

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