For more sustainability
Parcels from all parcel services as well as private and commercial shipments can be delivered in bundles to pakadoo parcel lockers and so-called pakadoo points – either at companies, retailers or public locations. The shipments are delivered there directly at the first attempt. This eliminates multiple trips by parcel services and recipients for pickup and returns. Traffic and emissions are significantly reduced.
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Parcels arrive exactly where you are during the day, you don’t have to get in the car to them pick up or drop off returns.
Fewer trips and no second row parking relieve traffic, CO2 emissions are reduced**.
Bundled delivery to companies and parcel depots guarantees a 100% delivery rate, there are no more unsuccessful delivery attempts to individual households.
Concretely calculable CO2 reductions and time savings for employees have positive effects on the CSR report and on the ESG rating and thus make companies “greener”.
*With pakadoo, bundling effects can save over 36% CO2 emissions in parcel delivery (compared to delivery to private households, see study by Prof. Sucky, University of Bamberg)
** Savings per parcel 924 g CO2 compared to unsuccessful delivery attempt and pick-up at post office / parcel store – values certified by myClimate
Save CO2 with pakadoo
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pakadoo reduces emissions
Did you know that every parcel delivered to a pakadoo point or a pakadoo parcel locker saves up to 924 g of CO2? *
This is because parcels are no longer delivered individually to private households, but are delivered in bundles – often together with business parcels. There is always someone there to accept the parcels and there are no more unsuccessful delivery attempts.
But how much CO2 does a parcel actually cause? That depends entirely on where it is delivered and how many delivery attempts the parcel carrier needs. You can find an overview of different delivery options here:
* compared to unsuccessful parcel delivery at the front door and pick-up at the post office branch or parcel store.
We are proud that we are doing something good for the environment and for parcel recipients with our solutions. And even prouder that we have already received several awards for this, for example the BVL Sustainability Award for Logistics and the Hanse Globe Special Award for Sustainability.