Harmony joins global sustainability program ecolegIT

Jun 24 | 2021

The Mover recently reported on the launch of a new sustainability program, ecolegIT, from software developer UNLSH Mobility and the involvement of its launch partner BGRS. On June 14 Harmony Relocation Network announced that it has also adopted the program for use by its members.

Paul Bernardt and Tim van TartwijkecolegIT’s system involves working with a network of certified, audited partners to offset the carbon footprint associated with employee relocations. The results are audited and certified by industry expert Parsifal Corporation. UNLSH Mobility said it believes by offering ecolegIT to Harmony members, moving and relocation service providers across the globe can provide a collective answer to the growing need for sustainable mobility amongst their corporate accounts.

Paul Bernardt, Managing Director of Harmony Relocation Network said, “At Harmony we always strive for new ways to help our members meet the needs of their global customer base. I myself have always been an advocate of really embedding sustainability in the global moving process. By partnering with ecolegIT we are collectively taking a big step towards a sustainable future for our industry.”

Tim van Tartwijk, founder of UNLSH Mobility added, “We are very proud that Harmony Relocation Network is joining our ecolegIT program, which immediately drives a network of more than 130 service providers to our sustainability platform. The more service providers and their clients participating in the ecolegIT program, the bigger the impact we can make together in the field of sustainability.”

Photos (left to right): Paul Bernardt; Tim van Tartwijk.