Blue and Brown Make Green

Public-Private Partnership Helps Customers, Environment, Bottom Line



Jan. 11, 2013 /3BL Media/ - In a video address to a global audience, U.S. Postal Service Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer Patrick Donahoe, and UPS Chairman and CEO Scott Davis announced a unique partnership designed to offer better service to customers, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and optimize operational efficiencies.

"We've named our partnership 'Blue and Brown Make Green,'" said Donahoe. "By working together, the Postal Service and UPS are able to reduce costs, serve our customers better and achieve sustainability goals, such as reducing our carbon footprints."

"It certainly describes what the Postal Service and UPS have been working on together," said Davis. "The world is changing dramatically as we become a more global economy. And, it takes big ideas and bold moves to keep up. This collaboration to reduce the carbon footprint of our respective supply chains is the sustainability wave of the future," Davis added.

Read the rest of the release on the UPS Pressroom.

Tweet me: Brown and Blue Make Green: @UPS and @USPS team up to serve customers better and reduce their impact on the environment

Contact Info:

Kara Ross
+1 (202) 675-1725

Darlene Casey
+1 (202) 268-3440

KEYWORDS: UPS, USPS, logistics, sustainability, Green, customers, csr


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