When Adrian Dalsey, Larry Hillblom and Robert Lynn founded DHL in 1969, they didn’t know they would revolutionize the world of logistics. Today, DHL is the world’s leading logistics company. They have 380,000 employees in over 220 countries and territories that work to deliver over 1.5 million parcels per day.

In 2011, NASA resigned their famous Space Shuttle Program, making the way for new associations like Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Amazon organizer Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin. These aspiring endeavors started winning worthwhile NASA agreements to supply outsider coordinations to the space station, utilizing unmanned self-ruling vehicles to convey everything from fresh food to scientific instruments.

In 2018 DHL began a venture called MoonBox shipping service in collaboration with Astrobotic Technology, Inc. a company that tries to make space available to the world. The organization’s lunar lander, Peregrine, conveys payloads to the Moon for organizations, governments, colleges, non-benefits, and people. They are presently tolerating little tokens for incorporation on its first shipment to the Moon. These mementos will be put away on the Moon for a considerable length of time to come.

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This is a unique opportunity to commemorate special occasions such as your graduation, holiday, wedding, child’s birth, or loved one’s memory with a lasting symbol that will carry on their lunar lander. Life’s most important moments can be forever linked with the Moon.

You can learn more about MoonBox here. By the way, the website is really fun to use.

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