Convoy was recently called upon to help deliver much-needed food service supplies donated by Dart Container Corporation of Mason, Michigan. Dart, one of the world’s largest food and beverage packaging manufacturers, donated two truckloads of foodservice products — approximately 90,000 lbs. of goods — to Matthew 25: Ministries (M25M) in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Fifty years ago, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was established with a mission to protect human health and the environment. It works to ensure Americans have clean air, land, and water; reduce environmental risks; pass federal protection laws; maintain environmental stewardship integral to US policies concerning natural resources, human health, economic growth, energy transportation, agriculture, […]
Convoy has recently partnered with Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) to raise awareness and assist law enforcement in the identification and reporting of human trafficking. It is our goal to aid in the recovery of victims and the arrest of their perpetrators.
Sustainability and the environment are linked in myriad ways to the ultimate success of a retail business. Does the sustainability conversation in retail begin as a result of a CEO’s moral imperative to do the right thing? Or is it actually driven by the growing customer loyalty to retail brands which take steps to address […]
Convoy partnered with Tempur Sealy International, the world’s largest bedding provider, to donate mattresses to the Bay Area Furniture bank.
Jazwares, a global leader in consumer products with a longstanding commitment to furthering the education and development of children through play, partnered with Convoy to donate 22,000 toys to the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County, Washington.
Waiākea has evolved it’s supply chain strategy to meet their sustainability goals. The company has leveraged its growing volumes to drive more efficiency in its network, reducing costs, transit times and carbon emissions, all while fulfilling just-in-time orders to local distributors who carry very little inventory.
With all of those trucks heading out into suburbia to deliver your latest gadget, fashion find, or book, is online shopping terrible for the environment? Online shopping makes up one in seven retail purchases worldwide and the question then becomes, what is its impact on the environment? Online retailers insist their shipping is the greener […]
Aggressive mitigation and adaptation policies to reduce carbon emissions have become a top priority for many companies, celebrities, cities, countries, and organizations as they work to reduce their contributions to climate change — if not eliminate them entirely. The shared solution: buying carbon offsets. Companies aiming to be carbon-neutral believe offsets help provide the “net” […]
The impact of our carbon footprint Everything we do, buy, or eat impacts a person’s carbon footprint either directly or indirectly. Driving to work or flying cross country for a vacation directly results in carbon emissions, while buying something online from China has an indirect carbon emission effect. The important thing to realize is that […]