Czech Republic - Velká Bíteš

Sustainability, Quality, Human Health & Safety, Product Safety

PBS Turbo is continuously enhancing internal processes with the goal to give our customers, products and services a quality which fulfil our customers’ demands. Continuous internal audits secure that the PBS Turbo is living up to the demands in the standards of quality. Occupational health & safety and the environment are key issues for our clients, employees, suppliers and the agencies with which we work. 

Quality & HSE

As a company and as part of society, PBS Turbo faces global challenges that have a significant impact on our future viability. Our main objective together with our mother company MAN Energy Solutions is the commitment to a sustainable management policy with a strong focus on safe workplaces, healthy employees and resource- and environmentally conscious manufacturing processes, as well as safe products. See the corporate sustainability pages, which describes together Integrated Management System.

PBS Turbo Quality Management System fulfil quality requirements of ISO 9001, Rules of Classification Societies within the International Maritime Organization and Association of American Railroads requirements for Quality Assurance according to M-1003.

"goTOzero" - The protection of the environment, particularly with regard to an economic approach with minimum negative impact and net carbon neutrality, is of utmost importance to PBS Turbo & mother company MAN Energy Solutions and is part of its corporate responsibility. We strive for all our products to minimize environmental impact throughout the entire product life cycle - from raw material extraction to the end of life. Compliance with environmental regulations, standards and voluntary commitments is a key requirement of our actions. Our innovative solutions will help to meet the requirements of the Paris Climate Treaty, i.e. to limit global warming to less than 2°C compared to pre-industrial levels and to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.

PBS Turbo carbon emissions reduction target: we have committed to reducing our carbon emissions by 50% in 2030 from a 2018 baseline.
Decrease of emissions compared to 2018 baseline is 43% actually.