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USPS Now Looks to June 2024 for EV Delivery

| Mike O'Brien

The USPS won’t receive EVs from Oshkosh until June 2024, nine months behind schedule, which was revealed in a court document related to lawsuits against the USPS and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. A raft of attorneys general and environmental groups threaten to seek removal of a litigation stay if any more gas-powered vehicles are purchased before an environmental review is completed.

Circularity and Recommerce: ACT Paving the Way

| Ian McRae

American Circular Textiles Group (ACT) is a coalition seeking to establish U.S. leadership and policy in textile waste and circularity, with a focus on the waste hierarchy. Founding members include Rent the Runway, The Real Real, thredUP and Fashionphile. ACT director and founder talks about the momentum behind circularity in apparel, and how ACT is working to influence legislators and industry leaders.

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Sustainable Packaging Q&A: A Retailer’s Quest for a New Solution

| Ian McRae

Omoda, a Dutch-based retailer of premium shoes, wanted to reduce its CO2 footprint and demonstrate a commitment to the environment. Its preexisting process often resulted shipping up to 50% air, which caused a substantial impact on both sustainability and shipping costs. In this Q&A case study, Omoda talks about how Ranpak’s solution helped the retailer achieve its goals.

On Demand Webinar: Are Retailers Ready to Address Sustainability?

| MCM Staff

Join Multichannel Merchant for this special webinar “Are Retailers Ready to Address Sustainability?” to hear insights from Brian Kilcourse, managing partner of Retail Systems Research. This webinar will kick off Multichannel Merchant’s Q2 Business Spotlight on Sustainability & Recommerce.