Environmental Social Governance
UK Automotive Onsite Logistics Environmental Social Governance Rudolph and Hellmann Automotive actively pursue initiatives that prioritise the planet, society, and governance. We seek to inspire positive change within the automotive industry, setting a benchmark for responsible and sustainable logistics practices.

ESG: Driving Sustainability

Rudolph and Hellmann have consistently demonstrated their commitment to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) practices. Through their sustainable initiatives, Rudolph and Hellmann strive to foster a greener future, promote social responsibility, and ensure robust governance across their operations.


A significant emphasis on social responsibility

We prioritise the well-being and safety of our workforce, aiming to provide a conducive work environment and promoting diversity and inclusion. Through responsible labour practices, we ensure fair wages, employee rights, and equal opportunities for growth and development.

Governance plays a vital role in our sustainable practices

We uphold a transparent and ethical framework, adhering to stringent compliance standards and industry regulations. By fostering a culture of accountability and responsible decision-making, we continually strive to maintain the highest standards of corporate governance.

ESG extends beyond our own operations

We actively engage in partnerships and collaborations with various stakeholders to drive collective sustainability efforts in the automotive industry. By sharing best practices, promoting knowledge exchange, and supporting sustainable innovation, we contribute to a greener and more responsible industry as a whole.


If you want your logistics processes to be leaner and greener - we can help


As the leading provider of ‘on site’ logistics services, Rudolph and Hellmann Automotive specialise in removing inefficiency and waste from your logistics processes. Our expertise ranges from the management of large time sensitive warehouses to direct production line feed and sub assembly. Operating with discretion and integrity, several other UK manufacturers in the automotive sector have since benefited from our ‘on site’ logistics solutions.


Turn change into an advantage and rethink how 'Stop Start' logistics can become your strategic advantage.


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12th February 2024

How does transferring our current onsite logistics employees work?

If you choose to outsource your onsite logistics, then any employees working within these roles will undergo the TUPE transfer process.
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5th February 2024

Troubleshooting Onsite Logistics Processes

Our management team are so respected, they are often parachuted in to support other logistics partners to troubleshoot new operations, document processes and generally provide their expert analysis.
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29th January 2024

What happens if you outsource your onsite logistics to R&HA?

Many UK manufacturers have never considered outsourcing their onsite logistics operations, so here's a quick overview of the process.
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22nd January 2024

The Midlands leads the UKs manufacturing charge

The UK is currently the eighth largest manufacturing nation in the world with the Midlands being the epicentre of this powerhouse.
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15th January 2024

2024 UK Manufacturing Challenges

Sustainability, skills, supply chains and digitalisation are sighted as the greatest challenges to UK Manufacturing according to The Manufacturer, but there are other factors to consider.
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