The 3rd largest European rental company and a major player in equipment rental in France, Kiloutou has been reconciling economics, environment and people for more than 40 years by offering the most innovative solutions to an increasingly diversified customer base: building and public works companies, craftsmen, SMEs, local authorities and industries. The Group has built its development on the skills of its 6,000-strong team, and serves more than 300,000 customers in five countries across Europe: France, Poland, Italy, Spain and Germany. The Kiloutou network included 530 agencies (on December 31, 2020), offering the most extensive range on the market with more than 1,000 products and over 250,000 items of equipment divided into four main product families: earth-moving, lifting, utility vehicles and tools.
Our positive impact
Equipment rental specialist and engaged in a CSR policy since 2014, Kiloutou announces the implementation of a new environmental strategy aiming to reduce by 40% its direct emissions of CO2 by 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality in 2050.
Olivier COLLEAU, CEO of Kiloutou said: “Since its creation, Kiloutou reconciles economy, environment and people. The equipment rental business, based on the pooling of resources, is fully anchored in the economy of sharing and durability. From an economic and ecological point of view, this model is virtuous since renting makes it possible to reduce the carbon emissions of leased equipment by up to 50% compared to owned equipment over its entire lifecycle*. Our Group is now committed to carbon neutrality by 2050 through an unprecedented environmental strategy. However, to win this battle against climate change, we also need to find new solutions collectively with our employees, our clients, our suppliers, public and private ordering parties, scientists, local elected representatives and NGOs. This is the meaning of the environmental, societal and territorial impact initiative that we are launching and which will lead us to exchange with our stakeholders In order to complete our environmental strategy in the coming months." *Étude SGS Search / Climate Neutral Group / CE Delft, juin 2019