CSR, taking responsibility for the social and environmental impacts of our business.

Corporate Social Responsibility

ADComms, a Panasonic Company, strongly believes that our business activities should contribute positively to society. We consider the environmental impact of all elements of our operations and aim to be a valued neighbour at our bases and on site.

We encourage and promote CSR objectives and sustainability through our supply chain. Our Procurement policy and standard purchase agreement define our expected standards in relation to human rights, safe working, and environmental consciousness. When selecting suppliers, we ensure they fulfil their social responsibilities, in addition to evaluating their quality, cost, delivery, and services (QCDS), and business performance.

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Recent News

BTS 9000 Training Course

We recently delivered some on-site training at the ADComms training facilities in Scunthorpe. The training courses have been hugely successful and we have received outstanding feedback from all involved! " After talking to a few of the guys who attended the BTSS9000...

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Train Communications Systems 2019

4th - 5th June We will be exhibiting at the Train Communications Systems 2019 in London. Our CTO, Mike Hewitt will also be speaking with Merseryrail about the Dedicated Connectivity for the Merseyrail Urban Rail. Discussing the challenges, the opportunities and how...

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The Northern Digital Train

  ADComms attended, as guests and partners of Arriva Rail Northern (ARN), a presentation day unveiling the Class 158 Digital Train. The day included attendees from Network Rail, local councillors and members of the North East Rail Management Unit. Following...

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