Global mobility specialist BGRS and technology company UNLSH Mobility, have announced a partnership to bring its all-new sustainability program, ecolegIT for the global mobility industry, to BGRS clients.
With ecolegIT, BGRS and UNLSH Mobility will address the need to collectively reduce the ecological footprint of employee mobility and contribute to organizations’ sustainability goals.
ecolegIT’s approach involves working with a network of certified, audited partners to offset the carbon footprint associated with employee relocations. The results are audited and certified by industry expert the Parsifal Corporation.
BGRS manages more than 50,000 moves a year in 185 countries and says it is committed to introducing innovative strategies that help to mitigate the environmental impact of employee mobility.
Mark Adkins, BGRS’s Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain said, “BGRS has always placed high value on environmental sustainability and our clients share that goal. By partnering with ecolegIT, we are providing our clients with a unique, innovative turnkey approach to supporting their corporate sustainability goals.”
Tim van Tartwijk, founder of UNLSH Mobility added, “With the ecolegIT platform and BGRS at our side as our launching partner, we are setting an important step in the direction of a zero-impact mobility process!”
Photo: Mark Adkins, Tim van Tartwijk