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Published on May 4th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan


Green Shipping with uShip

May 4th, 2012 by  

I’ve written about green shipping options a few times here on CleanTechnica, but there’s still a huge lack of green shipping options and, thus, a ton of potential in this field. uShip is basically doing what Shiply does — more efficiently connecting shippers or potential shippers who have extra space in their vehicles with common people who need stuff shipped. It’s benefits the environment, the shippers (they get more money), and the customers (they can pay less). But here’s some more detail on this green shipping option and uShip from Gas2:

uShip Offers A Greener Way To Ship (via Gas 2.0)

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