We are pleased to confirm that Green Leaves Logistics Ltd have opened their first office at Jewellery Business Centre, Birmingham.
Green Leaves Logistics Ltd is a new start up business which was set up during the pandemic. As an international transport and logistics provider, the business is passionate about the preservation of our environment and works with manufacturers in providing environmentally friendly transport solutions with each shipping order. For every shipment handled, the business aims to remove more CO2 from the atmosphere than what is emitted. Green Leaves Logistics have so far removed over 2,000 CO2e tonnes from the atmosphere, through various projects including producing energy from waste rice husks and supporting wind generation. They have also supported responsible reforestation projects with over 4,000 trees planted in Mozambique, Madagascar, Nicaragua, Kenya and Uganda.
Karen French, Operations Director at Green Leaves Logistics commented about the opening of their first office, “We chose Jewellery Business Centre as the location to open our first office, due its central location with the Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham and public transport links. We were impressed by the overall look and feel of the building and facilities. During our moving process we have received amazing support from the onsite management team, with Lisa and Michael helping to ensure everything ran smoothly. We are passionate about the positive work we are doing for the environment and are looking forward to continuing our business growth plans and expanding the business further.”
For more details on the services that Green Leaves Logistics offers, please visit their website at www.greenleaveslogistics.com
Lauren Mclean, Lettings Manager at Whittle Jones Midlands added “I am delighted that we were able to offer Green Leaves Logistics the perfect solution for the opening of their first office base at Jewellery Business Centre; and I am looking forward to watching their business grow.”
Jewellery Business Centre in Birmingham is a period building split into two sections arranged around a central landscaped courtyard. The main building fronts onto Spencer Street, with rear section backing onto Branston Street.