DHL offers green option in US

DHL Global Mail became the first mail services provider in the US to enable customers to send shipments in a way that leaves a net zero carbon footprint. Eco-conscious companies can now choose a new method of shipping and mailing that supports their environmental protection goals.

Global Mail is pleased to introduce the GOGREEN Carbon Offset service, a carbon neutral shipping and mailing option for materials sent within the US. This voluntary service allows Global Mail customers to offset the CO2 emissions produced during the delivery of their shipments by paying a small fee to help fund climate protection projects. Available for all of the company’s domestic shipping and mailing products, this new offering is part of the GoGreen climate protection program – an initiative of Deutsche Post DHL, Global Mail’s corporate parent.

“Many of our customers share our commitment to the environment, and they voiced their desire for a more eco-friendly mailing option,” said Lee Spratt, CEO of DHL Global Mail – Americas. “GOGREEN helps our customers reduce their carbon footprints in a practical and transparent way, while expanding Global Mail’s own climate protection efforts.”

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