All of the eco-social logistics companies featured on this list attempt to adhere to the triple bottom line in some capacity. One of the examples here that SocialBusiness.org has worked the closest with is GnewtCargo, a London-based organization that participated in Good for Nothing's 2011 campaign where a team of professionals volunteered their time to create something new for the organization, whether it was a stop motion video or a re-designed website. It added to their already cool model.
From emissions-free delivery to last mile delivery services, these eco-social logistics companies, as social businesses, attempt to bring something a little more interesting to the game of logistics, which is often considered boring and, as times, unmarketable, to say the least.
From Emissions-Free Delivery to Last-Mile Services
Vegan Plant-Derived Cosmetics
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Global Logistics Social Businesses
Agility Offers Expert Commercial Services Around the World
Social Logistics Management
Barberry Group is a Rail Company Focused on CSR in South Africa
Nature Vacations With Purpose
The Cascadia Experience Plans Educational Camping for Families
Scalable Water Systems
WaterHealth International Attempts to Improve Access to Potable Water
Social Business Logistics
London-Based 'Connection Crew' Hires Ex-Homeless People
Collaborative Creation Gigs
Good for Nothing Brings People Together for Fast-Track 'Doing'
GnewtCargo is a Logistics Organization Using an Electric Fleet of Vehicles
Last Mile Delivery Services
B-Line is a Distribution Networking Building Sustainable Urban Life