Ekol is well aware of the fact that protecting the environment is one of its most vital and fundamental duties. As such, it has been developing honest solutions on “Green Logistics” and placing environmentally friendly logistics practices at the center of its operations. Ekol causes less harm to the environment with its Intermodal transportation system in comparison to road transportation. Each month, it saves enough fuel to save a forest the size of 850 soccer fields or circle around the globe 365 times.
It strives to do its part for companies to leave a more livable world for future generations. The company takes the environment into consideration when building business models and processes, creates awareness among employees, and collaborates with non-governmental organizations which aspire to protect wildlife.
Environmental protection is a key value for Ekol…
Ekol supports all efforts towards raising nature and environment awareness in the society. It identifies possible environmental risks which may occur during its operations and eliminates them in accordance with legal regulations.
Ekol seeks to create a more livable world…
Ekol aspires to assist companies to do their part to leave a more livable world at a time when natural resources are being depleted, living habitats are becoming scarce, and mankind continues to destroy nature.
The company takes the environment into consideration when building business models and processes, creates awareness among employees, and collaborates with non-governmental organizations which aspire to protect wildlife.
Ekol Memorial Forests
Ekol Logistics maintains that the best New Year present for its business partners is earning Turkey a new forest, and, thus, has collaborated with the TEMA Foundation.
- Izmir – Urla Memorial Forest (2012)
- Manisa – Salihli Memorial Forest (2013)
- Izmir – Urla Kadıovacık Memorial Forest (2014)
- Burdur – Tefenni Beyköy Memorial Forest (2015)
In 2016, Ekol went one step further in its collaboration with the Tema Foundation and undertook the education of 2,500 students on behalf of its customers.