At Prime Penguin, we believe in a sustainable balance between environment, equity, and economy. In order to cut down on greenhouse emissions and pull the brakes on global warming, we are constantly working towards meeting the needs of our clients and partners without compromising the environment. Going green is a tough and seemingly never-ending journey, but one we would never negotiate. In fact, we’re confident that our services help solve a whole range of logistical issues that would have otherwise had a negative impact on the environment. Read on and explore the many ways in which the Prime Penguin Platform ensures that your fulfillment process is as green as can be.
More than 40 billion e-commerce transactions are being made each year globally. This amount is expected to grow at a steady pace in the upcoming years and is obviously contributing to its fair share of greenhouse gas emissions globally.
One of the biggest parts of e-commerce, in terms of pollution, comes from the delivery of goods to its end clients. The amount of pollution is of course affected by the total distance for the delivery, but also by how it is delivered.
Prime Penguin’s contribution
Our cloud-based platform for logistics outsourcing enables e-shops to find and establish multiple “satellite” warehouses on a global scale.
Prime Penguin helps e-shops to find, control and overview those warehouses located near its clients. This, of course, minimizes the order delivery time, but most likely and if done right, also the total amount of CO2 pollution.
One example is that the technology and network of Prime Penguin have the potential of cutting down on the emissions occurring by flight transport without causing any delay in the order delivery time. Those long distance direct deliveries can be changed into shorter and more environmentally friendly deliveries, thanks to the smartness of Prime Penguin.
As a user of Prime Penguin, you are always encouraged to share your contributions and suggestions on how to improve things even more. Our environment is highly important and will always be prioritized.