Sustainable Logistics, Simplified.

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.


of a company’s environmental impacts are caused by supply chains.


of shoppers plan to base their purchases on a brands commitment to sustainability.


of consumers consider sustainability to be important.


of consumers state their loyalty to brands that prioritize this.


“Partnering with GoBolt, who shares our values when it comes to sustainability, will help us move the needle on reducing carbon from the transportation of goods in our operations.”

Alexandra Weston, VP Brand & Creative Strategy at Holt Renfrew

Providing Sustainable Shipping

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 growing our electric fleet, optimizing our operations through proprietary technology and sequestering our emissions. All of this allows us to offer carbon-neutral deliveries.

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Electrifying the last mile

We’re laser-focused on electrifying our entire fleet and aim to complete our deliveries in an electric vehicle. And that’s just the beginning.
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Sequestering carbon emissions

When completing delivery in an EV is not possible, GoBolt supports verified nature restoration projects to sequester our carbon emissions.
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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.

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.

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.

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