• In April 2024, Xwift will initiate ESG reporting, in collaboration with the company Sustacon from Antwerp. By September 2024, we aim to present an ESG report outlining our commitments and objectives to enhance the company's environmental performance.


  • Xwift currently employs two full-time claims managers and two prevention advisors (at levels 1 and 2). Together, they periodically devise an action plan to raise awareness among drivers about safety aspects. Over the past four years, the number of accidents involving our drivers at fault has decreased by 15%.

  • Since 2021, Xwift has had in-house accredited instructors for Code 95 Competence. Our truck drivers receive tailor-made training on cargo security, driving and rest times, ergonomics, safety, maneuvering, blind spots, and so on.

  • Safety is a priority when purchasing vans and trucks. Together with our suppliers and drivers (via the CPBW), we stay updated on the latest developments, enabling our drivers to work in the safest possible environment.

  • Each Xwift truck is equipped with four cameras: a front camera, a rear-view camera, a camera in the cargo area, and a blind spot camera. In addition to mirrors, drivers can consult camera images, providing them with a better view of their surroundings while driving and maneuvering. These images are continuously recorded and used in situations such as fuel theft, accidents, and road aggression.


  • Xwift has implemented a telecommuting policy since the COVID-19 period, allowing dozens of employees to work from home a few days a week.

  • Since 2018, Xwift has achieved a 6% fuel savings across its entire fleet. Two eco-drive coaches are deployed daily to guide drivers. They explain important aspects such as idling, coasting, emergency braking procedures, and shifting in the green zone.

  • Drivers who can demonstrate good eco-drive scores and positive accident statistics are eligible for a quarterly bonus and mobility bonus. These bonuses can be converted into equipment for their truck, an e-bike, a company car, a financial reward, and so on.

  • Xwift aims to have exclusively Full Electric Vehicles (FEV) in its commercial vehicle fleet by 2027, in line with current fiscal measures.

  • In 2021, we installed 264 solar panels on the company premises in Nazareth. These solar panels cover an area of 550 square meters and will generate 102,000 kWh of green energy annually. The generated electricity will be consumed 100% by Xwift itself.

  • Xwift's transport fleet consists of 90% Euro 6 emission standard vehicles and 10% Euro 5 emission standard vehicles. Xwift does not have any vehicles in the fleet that comply with the Euro 4 emission standard or lower.

  • Xwift's "Viral Change" eco-policy is contagious. For instance, new drivers are exposed to eco-drive coaching as early as their first week of work, enabling them to actively participate in Xwift's eco-story.

Contact person for further information:  Tom Muys  –  tom.muys@xwift.be

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