What’s new? Sustainable eBike sharing service, HumanForest, features the nearest UPS Access Point locations across Central London on its app – helping eco-conscious riders collect their parcels more sustainably.
Riders using the HumanForest app will see the closest UPS Access Point location to collect and ship their packages with choice and convenience – an alternative to direct-to-door deliveries.
What’s more? UPS is offering discounted shipping for SMBs that use our network of UPS Access Point locations to reduce their carbon footprint. And there’s more, for every 10 parcels sent, UPS will plant a tree. It’s just one way that UPS is helping small businesses meet the needs of eco-friendly consumers.
Why it matters? People are conscious about their transportation methods, which extends to how their parcels are shipped. Combining sustainable urban mobility with access to greener shipping and receiving, makes a perfect partnership.
Take a look at how UPS uses different urban delivery methods to help decarbonise its network.
Our journey continues: We’re committed to carbon neutrality by 2050, here’s a few more stories showing our progress:
- UPS recently joined the Sustainable Aviation Buyers Alliance to help decarbonize the future of flight
- UPS is getting closer to carbon neutrality by using Renewable Natural Gas (RNG)
- We’re delivering on what matters, take a look at UPS’s ESG Action Plan, tracking 20 years of progress