Shipping that’s good for the world

Sendle is the sustainable shipper specifically designed for small business. As the first 100% carbon neutral shipping service in the US and Australia, we work hard to reduce shipping’s harm on the planet. We also think that anyone, anywhere should have the opportunity and tools to build their dream business.

Sustainability

As the first carbon neutral shipping service, Sendle is leading the way on sustainability in logistics. We’re committed to going beyond that to achieve Net Zero by 2030.

Small biz, big impact

By making it simple and affordable to ship, no matter the size of your company, Sendle helps level the playing field for small business. We’re proud to help thousands of Sendlers build their dream business.

Transforming shipping

To do what’s best for people and the planet, we need to change how shipping works beyond the routes and customers we serve. As a Certified B Corp, Sendle and our partners are leading that change. 

At Sendle, we work to minimize negative externalities and maximize positive impact. Simply, our goal is to do what is best for people and the planet.

~ James Chin Moody, co-Founder and CEO of Sendle

Proud to be America's first 100% carbon neutral shipper

Each year 165 billion packages are sent across the United States alone. And, each one of those packages has an impact on the environment. In addition to a heap of packaging waste, pounds of CO2 are emitted into the atmosphere with every delivery. It’s a huge problem. 

By shipping with Sendle, you're part of the solution. Every time you send a package, we offset the carbon emissions and invest in remarkable environmental projects.

Shoppers are looking for more sustainable products and services, but many of them don’t yet know that carbon neutral shipping is an option. Incorporate this carbon neutral delivery seal and carbon neutral delivery seal into your website, checkout page, or packaging slip to give your customers one more reason to feel good about purchasing from you. 

Download our sticker and add it to your online store!

How does it work?

We account for the CO2 released for every package sent with Sendle. To offset that carbon footprint, we invest via our partner, South Pole, in projects that account for that carbon by conserving and replanting forests and other vital ecosystems. We guarantee that all shipments from Sendle customers are 100% carbon neutral.

Does this cost me anything?

Nope! Being sustainable shouldn’t cost more. In fact, with Sendle you can actually save money by being green. How cool is that?

Can I choose what projects my business supports?

Absolutely! Each year we ask Sendlers to select a project for us to invest in on their behalf.

Are you going beyond carbon offsetting?

Yes! Before offsetting comes reductions to prevent the release of CO(and air pollutants) in the first place. Sendle’s network prevents emissions by filling the unused capacity in trucks already on the road. We are committed to even more carbon reductions to achieve net zero emissions by 2030.

Net Zero by 2030

Alongside over 1,000 other B Corps, Sendle has committed to going Net Zero by 2030, a full 20 years ahead of the Paris Agreement goal. We're proud to be a part of this historic climate action.

Achieving net zero emissions by 2030 is an ambitious, but achievable target. It builds on Sendle’s current practices of carbon-neutral delivery and goes further to require emissions are reduced as much as possible, before the remaining emissions are addressed. Any emissions that can’t be reduced to zero are accounted for through projects that remove carbon, including the tracked growth of trees.

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Environmental Impact

Every single shipment makes a difference by saving carbon capturing forests and all the little creatures that call them home.
Environmental impact
 

21 billion miles

This is how far our parcels have traveled since Sendle has started. And, every single mile has been 100% carbon neutral.

From Earth to Interstellar space

Sendle has offset 21 billion miles of carbon. That's 32.02 light hours, or the equivalent to driving a 1 tonne truck deeper into space than the Voyager probe!

62.7 million trees

In tree terms, the Sendle community’s package deliveries have offset the equivalent of the carbon sequestered by this number of tree seedlings in a year.

Sendle delivers with Australia's first fleet of solar powered electric vehicles


Find out more

How small businesses can reduce the harm of shipping

Learn about the true environmental cost of eCommerce shipping, and steps we can take to reduce our impact.

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Small business, big impact

Shipping shouldn’t stand in the way of building your business. Sendle’s rates and service are designed to help anyone, anywhere build their dream business.
Economic impact
 

$148 million

This is how much has been saved by being green and shipping with Sendle.

70% of SMBs

sell locally made products
Most small businesses using Sendle sell locally made products.

$2.7 billion

dollars of SMB eCommerce
facilitated by Sendle - we’re here to help your business thrive so you can save time and gain access to the world.

49%

of Sendlers are side hustlers
or the sole operators of their business. Here’s to the little guys Sendle helps compete with the big guys!

37%

of Sendle SMBs
have seen higher than usual demand for their locally made products during the pandemic.

56%

of Sendle SMBs
are selling products that are 75% or more made from ethical or sustainable materials.

Sendle numbers updated as of 04/18/2022

Sendle is a Certified B Corp

Yep! And we’re super proud of being part of a community of over 4,000 businesses making a difference. Just as we’re committed to doing right by the planet, we’re also committed to helping out our other stakeholders—our customers, our community, our workers, and society at large.

We’ve been a Certified B Corp since our founding in 2014. The B Corp ethos has informed our every decision from day one and it’s an integral part of how we do business today.


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What is a B Corp?

A B Corp is a company that verifiably meets the highest standards of social and environmental responsibility. To become certified, each company takes an assessment that measures their performance across five key areas—Governance, Workers, Community, Environment, and Customers.

The process is rigorous, but it’s worth it. It helps us clarify our vision of the company we should be and it shows our customers exactly what we’re all about.

By weaving the B Corp ethos into the structure of our business, we’re able to make good business a natural part of our operations.

Learn more about B Corps

Our projects

Learn more about the environmental projects supported by Sendle and the community Sendlers.

Klawock Heenya

( United States )

Covering 8,619 acres of forest in Southeastern Alaska, this project aims to re-establish young growth stands of timber via natural generation while maintaining water quality and conserving critical wildlife habitat. This project allows the forest to progress naturally while providing significant climate benefits through carbon sequestration.

Tasmanian Forest

( Australia )

Protecting pockets of native forests in Tasmania’s Central Highlands since 2009. By stopping logging and land degradation, the project prevents stored carbon from being released. The vibrant forest creates economic opportunities for ecotourism, improves water quality, and protects wild species like the Tasmanian Wedge-Tailed Eagle, found nowhere else. 

Mount Sandy

( Australia )

The Mount Sandy project permanently protects a rare pocket of wetlands and woodlands between the Coorong National Park and Lake Albert in partnership with its Traditional Owners, the Ngarrindjeri. As one of the last remaining areas of native vegetation in the region, the land forms a strategic corridor for wildlife, including the short-beaked echidna, purple-gaped honeyeater and elegant parrot.

Beidler Forest

( United States )

Native trees including longleaf pine, red maple, and water oak have been permanently conserved in this project owned and managed by the National Audubon Society in South Carolina. The National Audubon Society of South Carolina has protected 5,500 acres where many birds, including the stunning eastern Painted Bunting, call home. These birds are just one species threatened by habitat loss.