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and can have negative impacts on our environment. Bad decisions about ecommerce supply chain can compound these negative impacts. We have made the conscious decision to improve the standards of our industry and pave the way for more sustainable and equitable ecommerce logistics.
Our environmental commitments
As an emerging leader in the supply chain industry, we believe we have a responsibility to take action on climate change. To achieve this, we've taken a number of concrete actions.
We have robotized our fulfillment operations, bringing down by 90% our direct energy consumption and by 80% our indirect energy consumption (ie scope 3).
We use only recycled packaging and have banned plastic packaging from our operations.
We are on track to achieve 60% fill rate in packaging. When we can, we frequently ship “package-less” orders.
We actively promote delivery modes that are less carbon intensive, such as letters and non-tracked parcels.
We have measured the details of our environmental footprint. Our dataset is also used for carrier allocation, supply chain strategies and advising our customers.
We are an active member of the FEVAD (French industry group) working group on sustainable ecommerce logistics.
We promote sustainable lifestyle among our teams for instance mandating employees to take the train when they commute, including on long distance commutes (ie. Barcelona-Paris or Marseille-Paris).
We cannot achieve those objectives on our own and therefore decided to partner with leading companies to help us reach our commitments.
To name just a few for our environmental commitments:
For our social commitments, we work with: