Mober, a leading company in providing green logistics services in the Philippines, has been honored as one of the country’s most promising and sustainable startups at the first KMC Startup Awards held during the Philippine Startup Week. This prestigious award acknowledges and celebrates businesses implementing sustainable and responsible business practices.
Mober received the Sustainable Business Practice Award silver prize. They were chosen out of more than 200 entries for their dedication to making the logistics industry more eco-friendly using electric vehicles (EVs). Mober was recognized in the same category as the gold winner, Cubo Modular, and the bronze winner, Bambuhay.
The KMC Startup Awards, with its awards night held on November 24, 2023, provides a platform to inspire innovation and recognize outstanding startups and visionary entrepreneurs reshaping the business and technology landscapes in the Philippines. It is co-presented by Bossjob, in collaboration with Philippine Startup Week, QBO Innovation Hub, Kaya Founders, the Sinigang Valley Association, and Uniquecorn Strategies, and in partnership with 917Ventures and Amazon Web Services.
“We at Mober are immensely thankful to KMC Solutions and all its partners for recognizing our dedication towards sustainable delivery service in the country. The award not only celebrates our journey towards sustainability but also reinforces our resolve to innovate and lead in creating a more environmentally responsible Philippines. Our efforts in reducing carbon emissions and promoting green logistics have only just begun, and this accolade inspires us to set new benchmarks in our industry,” shared Mober Founder and CEO Dennis Ng.
Since transitioning to EVs in 2021, Mober has provided green delivery solutions for companies such as IKEA Philippines, SM Appliance Center, Unilever Philippines, Nestle Philippines, Nespresso, Maersk, and Kuehne+Nagel.
This year, Mober made significant strides toward its commitment to green logistics. The company unveiled its flagship EV charging hub in Pasay City. It expanded its EV fleet to 60, cementing its dedication to an eco-friendly future.
The company aims to become Southeast Asia’s primary provider of eco-friendly logistics delivery by acquiring a mixed fleet of 100 electric vans and trucks by the first half of 2024.