We have HUGE news... Parcelly has been announced as a winner of 'The Fujitsu Award for Responsible Business in the Digital Age' at the Business in the Community's Responsible Business Awards 2017!
Now running for more than 20 years, the prestigious BITC Awards ceremony took place at the Royal Albert Hall in London, where we were fortunate enough to be winners amongst high profile companies such as Barclays and Tesco, as well as our technology partners what3words - to name a few.
'Congratulations to the 2017 Responsible Business Award winners for being inspirational yet practical examples of the difference business can make to address some of society’s biggest issues. The winning businesses are all different, they span sectors and continents and range from large high street names to small start-ups. What unites them is a belief that with courage vision and leadership, business can do remarkable things for good.'
- Amanda Mackenzie OBE, Chief Executive of Business in the Community
'Parcelly was born to maximise parcel delivery efficiency and help innovate the wider logistics space - however, as a company we also have a deeply embedded responsibility to create an environmental and social impact. Parcel volumes are growing faster than ever before and we are proud that we have introduced a business model that can assist to resolve some of the major challenges around urban traffic, city congestion and air pollution while supporting local communities and individual businesses across the UK. Given our domestic and international vision, we are extremely proud to be recognised with one of the most respected endorsements of responsible business in the UK and abroad.'
- Sebastian Steinhauser, CEO at Parcelly
Being a business that highly values CSR, we are extremely pleased to receive an award that recognises our responsible actions. We take our social responsibility very seriously and are always on the look-out for ways in which we can help improve the impact that logistics has on the environment.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the BITC Awards judges once again for regarding Parcelly worthy of such a fantastic award!