Our road to climate neutral as part of the global energy transition.

Our emissions are calculated annually and divided into two categories:

Direct emissions - Rapid Logistics (Scope 1)
Scope 1 emissions that Rapid Logistics directly uses in our offices and warehouses. We increase our CO2 efficiency by using innovative carbon neutral warehouses, solar energy solutions, and migrating our car park to electric vehicles.


Indirect emissions - Client services (Scope 2 and 3)

Our Scope 2 emissions e.g. use of electricity and gas, and our Scope 3 emissions, such as the handling and transport services that we offer our clients. We look for solutions to become more efficient together with our clients.

Our activities to become more carbon efficient:


We have selected cardboard vendors that offer a mix of 70% FSC cartons and aim to have 100% recyclable materials by 2024 and 100% recycled materials by 2030. All single use plastics and cardboard are separated in our warehouses and recycled.

BREEAM certified buildings

Our warehouses are BREEAM certified and contain Energy saving methods such as light pumps and a green office roof. Gas is no longer used as these warehouses are fully electric.

Innovative warehouses

Our latest warehouses HelloWorld 1 and HelloWorld2 are built cradle to cradle, and are whole life carbon net zero by 2040. The buildings will have a Positive carbon output of 4.588 Tons co2e by 2050.

Solar Rooftop solutions

Solar rooftop systems provide us directly with 700Mw annually, which equals almost 50% of our energy consumption. The remaining 50% of our energy consumption is sourced from green energy contracts.

POF technology

Our internet infrastructure is built with POF technology. This innovative technology uses 90% less materials, and the infrastructure uses 40% less energy.