29. November 2019

Environmental awareness pays off

Distrelec uses the latest digital systems and is pushing the switch to e-invoicing. The com-pany has set itself ambitious goals. The success can be seen. 73,000 invoices per year are now sent digitally. That is already 78% of all invoices.

Within the last two years, thanks to the dedicated efforts of Distrelec's finance and sales teams, it has been possible to halve the number of paper invoices. Distrelec now sends some 73,000 invoices per year via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) or mail. This already accounts for 78% of all invoic-es. Digital invoicing is not only a successful contribution to the sustainable use of resources but also brings cost savings. Customers from Switzerland, Sweden and Norway in particular have reacted positively to the changeover and support our efforts to raise environmental awareness.

Dätwyler Group (www.datwyler.com)
The Dätwyler Group is a focused industrial supplier with leading positions in global and regional market seg-ments. With its technological leadership and customized solutions, the Group delivers added value to custom-ers in the markets served. Dätwyler concentrates on markets that offer opportunities to create more value and sustain profitable growth. The Sealing Solutions Division is a leading supplier of customized sealing solutions to global market segments, such as the health care, automotive and general industries. The Technical Compo-nents Division is one of Europe’s foremost high-service distributors of maintenance, electronic, automation and ICT components and accessories. With some 50 operating companies, sales in over 100 countries and more than 8,000 employees, the Dätwyler Group generates annual revenue of more than CHF 1,300 million. The Group has been listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange since 1986 (security number 3048677).


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