Sustainable Deliveries

More efficient delivery routes = fewer miles driven and less fuel burned. That translates directly to environmental benefits.

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A man in a mask and apron is placing a stack of plain brown takeout food boxes and a sealed cup into a square delivery container. The container is being held by another man wearing a red and black jacket. Stock photograph.

Three Pandemic Trends That Are Here To Stay

While the pandemic has presented some of the biggest challenges food businesses have ever faced, it’s also introduced new market trends. Here are 3.
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How Can Retailers Work Toward Zero-Waste Delivery?

Can retailers work toward zero-waste delivery? Here's what others have done to be more sustainable.
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How To Work Towards Zero-Waste Grocery Delivery

There is a trend of grocery retailers moving toward a zero-waste delivery. Here’s what we’ve learned from businesses already working toward that mission.
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Daimler’s Self-Driving Truck Can Help Unclog Highways

They are one of the world’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturers. They’re also running some rad experiments in the realm of self-driving trucks.
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6 Ways Your Delivery Fleet Can Lower Its Carbon Footprint

Do you have a small delivery fleet? It's easier than you think to lower your carbon foot print. Advice from leaders in fleet management and delivery.
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How Delivery Businesses Are Fighting Climate Change

If you are still manually planning your routes, I would like to convince you that you can plant 86 trees a year for every driver that you employ. But how?
Photograph of cars, taxis and buses entered Hong Kong's Cross-Harbour Tunnel on a heavily congested seven-lane highway.

From Banking To Coding: Why I Started An ‘Impact’ Business

Marc Kuo's story of how his dream for less congestion, less wasted fuel and bluer skies led him to start Routific.
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How Route Optimization Impacts Our Earth

This Earth Day, Team Routific is celebrating the huge impact route optimization is having on our planet.