What if parcels could turn into trees?
Imagine having superpowers that allow you to help grow a forest every time you order online…
…and plant trees with the ease of opening a door at a Smartmile parcel machine.
Would you use your powers or let them go to waste?
From Nov 27th – Dec 4th 2020, for every parcel you picked up, returned or send via our Dutch parcel machines we donated a tree to Eden Reforestation Projects. Now your powers continue through special reforestation doors that last across all our Dutch parcel machines!
Select DHL as
your parcel carrier
Use Smartmile locations
to pick up, return or send
And #OpenDoors to an awesome world!
Changing the world one parcel at a time
Many of our Dutch parcel machines include a reforestation door that is dedicated to reforestation. You will find the machines in the Lidl in Enschede, Huizen, Oud Beijerland, Veenendaal, Apeldoorn, Deventer, Amsterdam, Amersfoort, Woerden, Eindhoven and Rotterdam. Check out the progress so far!
The #OpenDoors Initiative
Our dedication to sustainability is here to stay, which is why our Open Doors initiative continues indefinitely. You will find uniquely designed Smartmile #OpenDoors on many of our Dutch parcel machines. For any parcel you pick up, return or send at a Smartmile location in the Netherlands there is a chance that this door will open. When it does, we promise to donate a tree to Eden Reforestation Projects. The Open Doors initiative gives our customers the super power to build an incredible world!
Smartmile Sustainability Roadmap
Our team of unicorns designed a sustainability roadmap to follow as we grow. Green Friday is a part of that. This map encompasses everything from the coffee mugs we use, to the partners we work with. In the end, being sustainable means making conscious choices every day and being fully aware of the environmental repercussions of our actions.
Transforming parcel delivery is what we do, integrating sustainability into every step along the way is who we are. Are you the same? Join our journey!
Have you ever questioned the number of different couriers visiting your street and wondered about the environmental impact? Or felt frustrated because you were stuck at home, waiting for all these different couriers to deliver your parcels?
Do you believe that the current delivery methods in place are efficient and sustainable? If not, should you accept delivery the way it is, or make a change with us?