5. August 2022 · Corporate News

CANCOM drives forward the Group-wide expansion of e-mobility


  • CANCOM expands e-vehicle fleet and pushes the development of the necessary infrastructure for e-mobility throughout the Group
  • Goal: Electrification of the entire pool vehicle fleet and switch to e-models for company cars
  • Initiative is part of sustainability strategy to achieve CO2e neutrality* by 2027

On its way to becoming CO2e neutral by 2027, CANCOM is focusing on e-mobility. Therefore, the hybrid IT service provider is expanding its fleet of electric vehicles together with the necessary charging infrastructure at all locations across the Group with the suitable conditions. The aim is to electrify around 90 percent of the entire vehicle fleet within the next five years. This corresponds to approximately 1,350 vehicles.

The CANCOM owned site Jettingen-Scheppach site is leading the way in the expansion of the infrastructure for e-mobility. In recent months, CANCOM has expanded the charging stations for electric vehicles there to 18 charging points and added ten fully electric pool vehicles to the fleet. At the other branches, too, all new pool vehicles are to be ordered as e-models in the future and a corresponding cross-location infrastructure is to be set up for this purpose – provided that the landlords give the opportunity to do so and the technical requirements are met on site. In addition, the switch to fully electric vehicles will also be pushed for company cars from January 2023.

The core of the cross-location infrastructure will be a uniform hardware and software system that offers numerous advantages, such as uncomplicated and flexible booking of charging stations and charging of vehicles.
"In line with our goal of becoming CO2e neutral by 2027, and with sustainable corporate development and management, we are taking care to make our business processes more sustainable and also to reduce our own consumption of resources as much as possible," says Thomas Stark, CFO and ESG officer at CANCOM. "Among other things, we already procure green energy for the most part at our sites. The expansion of e-mobility is another important milestone in reducing our emissions."

Further information on CANCOM's sustainability initiatives can be found here: sustainability.cancom.com


* CO2e includes not only carbon dioxide but also CO2 equivalents that have a greenhouse gas effect, such as methane emissions.


As a Digital Transformation Partner, CANCOM accompanies organizations into the digital future. We support our customers to simplify complex enterprise IT and increase their business success through the implementation of modern technology. In order to comprehensively meet the IT needs of companies, organizations, and the public sector, CANCOM delivers tailor-made IT end to end from a single source.

The CANCOM Group’s range of IT solutions includes consulting, implementation, services, and the operation of IT systems. Customers benefit from the extensive expertise as well as a holistic and innovative portfolio that covers the IT requirements that are necessary for a successful digital transformation. As a hybrid IT integrator and service provider, we provide an integrated range of services and solutions including business solutions and managed services, such as cloud computing, analytics, enterprise mobility, IT security, hosting, and as-a-service offerings.

With around 4,000 employees worldwide, the internationally active CANCOM Group and its efficient partner network ensure market presence and customer proximity with locations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Slovakia. The CANCOM Group is led by Rüdiger Rath (CEO) and Thomas Stark (CFO). The company is headquartered in Munich. CANCOM has an annual turnover of around 1.3 billion euros (consolidated revenue 2021). The parent company, CANCOM SE, is listed on the TecDAX and SDAX of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ISIN DE0005419105).