Sustainability at SmartCraft

Explore SmartCraft, where sustainability is one of our core focuses. Through our solutions, employees, supply chain and customer relationships, we aim to have a positive impact on the future. We prioritize responsible business practices, aiming to reduce our environmental impact and promote a safe, positive workplace. Our sustainability work covers Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) aligning with our mission to make a meaningful impact. SmartCraft aims to become Net-Zero by 2050 and work in line with the Paris Agreement and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

SmartCraft ESG report 2023


Climate action

As a software company, SmartCraft has an impact on the environment through three major aspects, GHG emissions, energy management and purchase. We measure our impact annually through Scope 1, 2 and 3 and are continuously working to reduce our emissions. SmartCraft aims to develop solutions that can help our customers make their work more efficient and thus have a positive impact on the environment. We aim to become Net-Zero by 2050.


Ethical business culture

SmartCraft has an impact on social sustainability through advocating safe working environment, human rights and prevention of corruption through the work with both employees and suppliers. We aim to be a great place to work providing our employees with benefits, work-life balance and opportunities for development. All our employees, customers and suppliers are part of driving and revolutionizing the digitalization of the construction industry!


Responsible business partner

With proper governance we impact aspects of transparency, independence, equal treatment, control and management. SmartCraft advocates responsible value chain management to support a sustainable working environment, human rights and prevent corruption. As a responsible business partner, SmartCraft complies with all applicable legislation and standards through our governance policy.

SmartCraft Tellus API – helps you comply with environmental fuel reporting

Discover Tellus, an open-source and free API from SmartCraft that allows you to retrieve real fuel consumption data from truck’s telematics into any system.

The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) has introduced new environmental requirements regarding digital sustainability reporting. These environmental requirements entail that suppliers on construction projects must report the fuel consumption for transports within the project. Similar requirements are likely to be included by other in the future, which is why we have developed Tellus – an open API that helps you comply with the environmental requirements.

Read about SmartCraft Tellus API
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