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Social enterprise startup Koiki seeks to reduce the carbon footprint of e-commerce deliveries and provide jobs for Spain’s most vulnerable people

With just one in four people with disabilities employed in paid work, Spain lays claim to having one of Europe's lowest social inclusion rates. Last-mile delivery startup Koiki aims to provide a solution in this, by giving employment opportunities to people with disabilities, while also reducing urban pollution.Founded in 2015 by serial entrepreneur and logistics specialist Aitor Ojanguren, Koiki has adopted a cellular logistics model increasingly used in logistics and supply chain management to help reduce traffic congestion. The company has established 30 logistics centers across Spain...
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