As part of its commitment to climate protection, OTTO wants to be climate-neutral in its own business activities by 2030 at the latest. This also includes the ongoing reduction of its CO2 emissions on its transport routes. The online retailer is now cooperating with GoodShipping, who is a pioneer and the market leader in reducing transportation emissions.
GoodShipping, a Dutch company who is a pioneer and the market leader in reducing transportation emissions through a concept called carbon insetting. GoodShipping facilitates a fuel switch from fossil marine fuel to truly sustainable biofuels, which are obtained from various waste streams, including used cooking oil and fats from food production. Thanks to this cooperation, OTTO will save up to 15 percent of its CO2 emissions caused by sea freight in the coming 2023/24 financial year. First the online shop will start with ten percent.
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