A collaboration between logistics platform bodo and all electric courier Packfleet, launched in May this year in a bid to increase carbon-neutral deliveries in London, has seen almost 98% of parcels delivered first-time and not a single parcel damaged in transit.

Under the partnership Packfleet is delivering parcels for bodo customers within the M25, making green deliveries more accessible for London-based brands.

Bodo, which has a portfolio of over 50 brands, including Suri, Coat, Trip, CBD, HeyHarper, PeachyDen and FreeSoul, operates from central London warehouses powered by solar energy and uses eco-packaging to minimise its environmental impact. Its programming interface allows brands to offer on-demand same-day or 30-minute deliveries.

The company also actively collaborates with sustainability-driven brands, such as Suri and Coat to promote ethical supply chain practices. As certified B Corps, both companies meet high standards of verified social and environmental performance.

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Packfleet, which is also a B Corp, operates a 100% electric fleet charged by renewable energy and steered advanced routing technology.

Co-founder Jack Green, a former commercial strategy manager at Deliveroo, and Packfleet co-founder Tristan Thomas, a former vice president of communications, marketing and policy at Monzo Bank, are on a mission to revolutionise the logistics industry through technology and infrastructure.

Green said: “Partnering with Packfleet, a market-leading sustainable courier, furthers our progress in decarbonising the eCommerce supply chain.

“Packfleet is helping us disband this idea that speed and convenience should come at an environmental cost.”

Thomas added: “We’re thrilled to join forces with bodo in our shared mission to provide sustainable delivery solutions. With our 100% electric fleet, combined with bodo's eco-friendly warehouses and packaging, we’re providing a carbon-neutral end-to-end delivery experience to some of London’s most exciting brands.”