Taking responsibility. Today. For tomorrow.
Four facts about Swiss Post’s responsibility

Swiss Post takes its social, environmental and economic responsibilities seriously. We act today for the benefit of future generations. For the sustainable development of our environment and our society.

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Carbon neutral by 2040

Swiss Post’s ambitious climate target is in line with the United Nations’ goal of limiting global warming to a maximum of 1.5°C. With its “pro clima” shipping, Swiss Post offsets CO2 emissions and supports climate protection projects. In the long term, it intends to offer zero-emission services wherever possible. What’s more, Swiss Post aims to achieve full carbon neutrality from 2040.

100 percent of the delivery fleet to be electric from 2030

Swiss Post is a member of the international EV100 initiative. Currently, all 6,100 three-wheeled vehicles (DXP) and an additional 755 vans and passenger cars are electric. By the end of 2022, there will be 300 more electric vehicles. And from 2030, the entire delivery fleet will be powered by alternative drive systems.

Swiss Post will achieve these ambitious goals with the help of its fleet service provider Post Company Cars Ltd. In the InnoPodcast, CEO Nigel Storny talks about the challenges Swiss Post is facing.

100 percent natural electricity already in use

Swiss Post operates some of the largest photovoltaic systems in Switzerland, such as the system in the Zurich-Mülligen letter sorting center, which has a panel surface of 8,000 m2. The company produces a total of around 10 GWh per year with 22 systems. In addition, it covers its electricity requirements entirely with renewable energy from Switzerland.

100 percent fairly produced uniforms

With around 200,000 certified garments

Swiss Post is committed to socially acceptable working conditions: for the seventh time, the Fair Wear Foundation has awarded Swiss Post the title of “Leader” for its procurement of more than 200,000 items of clothing.