Rompetrol Downstream, the company operating the fuel distribution stations of KMG International Group, will run a communication campaign from July 16 to September 10, encouraging its customers to use electronic invoices instead of the printed versions.
“This approach is part our sustainable development strategy, which includes projects implemented by the gas stations network – electric power stations for EVs and hybrid vehicles, solar panels, LED bulbs only, etc.; and initiatives addressed to our clients to inform them and create responsibility around consumption. We are printing around 120,000 invoices for individual customers every year and we want to jointly address the effort to protect the environment and forests through e-invoicing to the company and customers” – said Vladislav Rusnac, Chief Retail Officer of KMG International.
There are more than 21,000 individual customers at Rompetrol Downstream, of which 51% have already activated their electronic way of viewing expenditures, while 90% of our corporate clients activated their electronic invoices.
The electronic invoice is just one of the environmental protection initiatives of the KMG International Group; with the involvement of employees, the company carries out two planting campaigns in the counties of Prahova and Constanta, along with other measures – ecological activities, equipping public institutions (schools, hospitals) with solar panels.