We strive to make every delivery a priority, working together cooperatively allows us to work efficiently as a team.
The ability to work as a team and self direct comes from our experience in racing and working professionally together. These qualifications and our commitment to democratic governance, social responsibility and sustainability is what sets us apart from the crowd.
Our electric assist cargo bicycle service in conjunction with our cycle couriers is one way we are innovating and working together for the maximum benefit of our workers, clients, and community. BCD is committed to promoting sustainable business practices by actively contributing, along with many other organizations and local business to the lasting health of the greater Boston area.
At the end of the 2011 East Coast Messenger Stage Race we had the opportunity to tour the National Mall in D.C. It so happend that they had recently opened the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial and we were able to take some snapshots. BCD believes in Dr. Kings vision and we will be closed this Monday in observance of MLK Day.
BCD is a Bicycle Messenger service that serves the Boston Metropolitan business community. Our Cooperative offers document and package delivery, we offer scheduled pickups as well as spontaneous runs, with time constraints from one hour standard deliveries to rush deliveries within 15-25 minutes. Our office is in Headquarters Boston which is located in the Innovation District of the Seaport area. For more information please contact: Support@BostonCollectiveDelivery.com
Here’s a way you can celebrate Co-op Month: attend a screening of Shift Change: Putting Democracy to Work, a documentary about Cooperatives. The next screening will be in Boston on 10/21 and BCD is a proud Co Sponser. Watch the trailer, and see the full screening schedule here:http://shiftchange.org/screening-schedule/
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If you are unfamiliar with the worker cooperative movement this is a recent interview from Eric of Red Sun Press representing WORC’N on WMBR’s What’s Left (hosted by Linda of Dollars and Sense). Eric does a great job of introducing the audience to what Coop’s are all about AND i think we got a little shout out there!!!!!! The story starts at 19 min. Here is the link if you want to jump to it http://wmbr.org/archive/What’s_Left____9_14_12_5:58_PM.mp3
At BCD we believe that sustainable communities are the future of the American economy. We believe in self reliance, hard work, and a positive attitude when it comes to the challenges we face in our industry. Supporting local businesses, and finding new ways to serve our communities is a big part of who we are. That is why we have joined the Sustainable Business Network of Boston. Visit their website to see what they are all about!
Hello Everyone! We are proud to announce the launch of Bostons first collectively owned democratically controlled bicycle messenger worker cooperative! Boston Collective Delivery is not only dedicated to helping your company succeed and meet its deadlines. We have organized out of a need to secure a livable wage that provides the basic benefits that will allow us to conduct our business in a safe and efficient manner.We look forward to growing Boston Collective Delivery not just to be a benefit to the businesses and individuals who work with us but to the community as a whole. As business grows we will strive to give back to the community that has supported us and helped us grow as riders and people. We will be updating our site periodically with news and events so stay tuned.