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Sustainable development is an important part of Kivra. Together we want to contribute to a more sustainable world.

Ikon föreställande ett hjärta.

Humanely easy

To make the right choice should be easy. Climate positive letters and receipts are kind to the climate. And good for you.

Ikon föreställande ett träd.

For the nature

To fell our forests to make envelopes and receipts doesn't make sense in a modern world. Instead, we preserve trees.

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A sustainable world

We believe that companies have a great responsibility in protecting our planet. Our contribution is to be sustainable and climate positive.

A sustainable system

Every year, over a billion enveloped letters are sent throughout Sweden. The negative impact on the environment is considerable. More than often, paper letters are just treasured up or put in yet another binder. We saw the need for a more convenient and sustainable way of handling letters and documents. That's why we created Kivra.

Over the years, we have extended our services to offer more than just digital letters. In 2020 we began the transformation from paper to digital receipts. Still, billions of receipts are printed every year – equivalent to 50 000 trees. We want to change that.

Our core idea is that digital letters and receipts make it easier for everyone. And at the same time, it is much more climate-friendly.

Sustainability is at the very heart of our company and is manifested in many aspects. Our business model itself reduces negative climate impact. We value long-term ownership and have among the highest level of security within our services. We continue to push forward – always with the climate as our top priority.

Our commitment to the climate

Kivra has a sustainable core business. It's our superpower. But we don't stop there. We measure, reduce and bind all our carbon emissions. Plus a little more. It's great for our climate.

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