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Zero Waste Shipping with Interzero and hey circle

Reusable Packaging for Refurbished Electronics

Interzero, one of the leading service provider for closed product, material, and logistics loops, utilizes reusable boxes from the Munich startup hey circle to reduce waste and save CO2 emissions in package shipping.

Every year, the circular economy service provider Interzero refurbishes approximately 300,000 used IT and communication devices to give them a new lease on life. Since early 2023, Interzero has been using hey circle’s reusable shipping boxes for the return and shipment of smartphones, tablets, and hard drives.

Zero Waste Shipping saves resources

Interzero handles the whole refurbishment process, from purchase to reuse. By using hey circle’s reusable shipping solution, further resources are saved. The company's major clients praise the boxes for their positive environmental attributes and their durability.

Interzero uses hey circle L and XL boxes, which feature a patented folding technique and a fully enclosed design with theft protection. The boxes are designed for 50 cycles, tested for a stacking pressure of 150 kg, and can be loaded with up to 12 and 15 kg respectively. The CO2 savings have been determined by the independent environmental consultancy Ökopol.

“Conserving resources and reducing CO2 emissions – this is precisely the approach that connects Interzero and hey circle. Not only is the decision for reusable packaging good for the environmental balance – depending on the case, costs can also be saved, and a marketing effect can be achieved. In the end, everyone wins,” describes Doris Diebold, Managing Director of hey circle, the partnership.

Jan Höschel, Managing Director of Interzero Product Cycle GmbH, is also convinced of the use of hey circle boxes: “At Interzero, we pursue the vision of a world without waste. To implement this vision in the logistics processes of our IT remarketing activities, hey circle’s reusable shipping boxes are a sustainable and future-proof option.”

The common goal: Zero Waste Shipping.

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