Protecting the planet is built into our DNA

Logistics is one of the largest contributors to carbon emissions and harmful environmental impacts. As GoBolt grows, our success has the potential to add to the problem.
That doesn’t sit well with us, so we’re doing something about it.


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Carbon negative deliveries by December 2023

We know the future needs to be greener – and recognize that we have a part to play in making that happen. That’s why we’re building a fully electric fleet, offsetting our carbon footprint, and optimizing our operations for a circular supply chain to make our deliveries carbon negative.


Retailers Can Supercharge the Growth of Sustainable Last Mile Delivery

sustainability Initiative #1

Electrifying the
last mile

We’re laser-focused on electrifying our entire fleet. By the end of 2023, our electric vehicle fleet will have grown to 320 box trucks and parcel vans. And that’s just the beginning.

sustainability Initiative #2

Offsetting carbon emissions

We’ve partnered with EcoCart to help offset emissions for parcels where complete delivery in an EV is not possible. EcoCart offsets emissions by funding renewable energy, forestry, or clean water projects. These projects reduce emissions of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases in order to compensate for any emissions made by GoBolt.

sustainability Initiative #3

On-demand fuel delivery

We’ve teamed up with BoosterUSA, to fuel the portion of our US fleet that is not electric (yet). The BoosterUSA program has tankers that are 100% carbon neutral, and reduce VOC emissions.

sustainability Initiative #4

Leveraging technology

Our in-house technology routing system ensures our last mile drivers take the most efficient route for deliveries to cut down on fuel consumption and emissions.

sustainability Initiative #5

Promoting the circular economy

Thanks to our partnership with The Furniture Bank Network, we help our retailers redirect returned or unsellable household items back into the community–getting children and their families the beds and furnishings they need as they exit homelessness.

Circular economy
sustainability Initiative #6

Utilizing sustainable materials

All our packaging materials are sourced from FSC-certified suppliers such as Cascades. Such materials are made from 100% recycled, starch-based biodegradable products. We opt for packing with paper instead of plastic and in the future, we will be evaluating circular packaging.

Sustainable materials

Ready to partner on a green future?