The famous "last mile" of delivery. Does this sound familiar? It's not when a package is picked up from the warehouse and taken to a sorting facility that is the most environmentally damaging or costly. It's when that parcel leaves the sorting center to go to the customer. This last mile involves a lot of waiting, driving in residential areas or in the city center. Imagine a van having to deliver 3 small boxes in a downtown area under construction... We strive to find the best option for the final destination of the package, both ergonomic and ecological.
Here are some of our solutions:
We make everything happen with just our legs and a little electricity.
We don’t produce any greenhouse gases and we also contribute to reducing a multitude of nuisances caused by traditional cargo transport in town (traffic jams, street noise, accidents, fine particle pollution, etc.).
Our fleet is designed to adapt to its community.
Uses crowdsourcing. No additional cars or trucks on the road. Just people with a car willing to deliver your packages.
Our own electric car:
We thank our financial partner for providing us with an electric car for visits to our partners and some deliveries.
Purolator: Is committed to reducing our environmental footprint, supporting health and safety, championing diversity, and engaging with the community.
Read more at: https://www.purolator.com/en/protecting-our-environment
Canada Post: Building a sustainable future by reducing our environmental impact. Energy conservation efforts aim to benefit consumers and the planet. committed to reducing environmental risks and issues with fuel storage tanks management, waste management, vehicle fuel consumption and idling time and many more. Read more at: https://www.canadapost-postescanada.ca/cpc/en/our-company/about-us/corporate-sustainability/environment-responsibility.page
In addition to Canadian wide shipping, we are also using local transportation companies that use electric cars or bicycles as a mode of transportation and delivery method.