- The logistics aggregator company’s public-spirited endeavor will gift plants as mementos to customers across India to play a role in reducing the carbon footprint
- The company will also engage employees of iThink to contribute to the Go Green Initiative through various other activities
Mumbai, 25th October 2022: iThink Logistics, one of the fastest growing SaaS-based shipping platforms in India, has announced that they will be shipping plants to its customers in various cities in an effort to initiate their preliminary steps towards the National Logistics Policy (NLP). The plants as keepsakes will be an encouraging gift to the customers to help them understand the importance of plants in reducing the carbon footprint. These plants, which will be given to the customers, are known to increase the humidity levels and simultaneously lower the amount of carbon dioxide in the air, which helps clean the air. This eco-friendly initiative is a judicious step towards the amelioration of excessive carbon emissions (CE) as the logistics sector is the third-largest contributor to carbon emissions in India.
“At iThink logistics, we understand the importance of taking the responsibility to redress the excessive carbon emissions that are a byproduct of logistics operations. As our company is truly an Indian organization at the core, we want to use this auspicious period of Diwali to create a difference and establish a touchstone for how responsible logistics companies should operate in India.” – Ms. Zaiba Sarang, Co-Founder of iThink Logistics
The Go Green initiative by iThink Logistics also includes employee engagement activities that are aimed at creating awareness and promoting sustainability for the environment. The public transport day, which is already underway from this month. It directs every employee to travel on public transport for a dedicated day every month. They need to send their travel selfie to get the reimbursement. Another interesting involvement activity includes making an eco-friendly best out of a waste product which will be auctioned later, and the collections would be forwarded to an NGO. Apart from this, a food stall would be set up every month as an NGO’s fundraising endeavor.