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By summer of 2021, all mail, direct mail and parcels will be delivered emission-free to private customers in the provincial capital of Styria (Graz).
The EcoZone project aims to create a blueprint for sustainable urban logistics that will provide a path to emission-free last-mile deliveries in Belgian cities by 2030.
Croatian Post continues its green transition by deploying electric vehicle charging stations and building energy efficient commercial properties.
Cut CO2 emissions in major urban centres in Portugal while maintaining e-buyers delivery experience and access to value-added services.
Deutsche Post DHL Group decided on Science-Based Targets and invested EUR 7 billion in climate-neutral logistics by 2030.
GEPY is a photovoltaic shade, a roof made of solar panels capable of sheltering and powering Electric Vehicles (EV) and/or the building.
In 2021, the first Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) refuelling station has been inaugurated on a postal site.
MyVirtualDrive 3D Application is a simulated eco-sustainable driving system to experience the direct benefits of ecological, economical and safe driving.
Development of a new section “Poste Pedala” on the existing mobility portal PosteMobilityOffice for employees using a bicycle to reach the workplace.
Poste Italiane applied a highly innovative Building and Energy management system to 2,000 offices all over Italy.
Boosting circular economy by further easing C2C e-commerce. Making it easier to purchase second-hand goods reduces emissions drastically.
From 1 January 2021, all Swiss Post consignments will be sent with the “pro clima” label, meaning that their carbon emissions have been offset.
NZ Post is the first company in New Zealand to add a hydrogen-powered truck to its fleet and is proud to lead the way in sustainability by investing in zero emission transport technology.
All POST Luxembourg sales advisors for postal and telecom services have recently been equipped with Fairtrade-certified workwear.
PostNL implemented carbon emissions reporting fully in the planning and control cycle in order to steer effectively on the progress on targets.
Expanding PostNL’s use of renewable fuels by implementing 100% Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil.
PostNL carried out an impact measurement to map the contribution of city hubs. The economic, social and environmental impact was calculated.
Waste disposal was identified as a pending task during audits. 21 of 30 Logistics locations collected waste at their buildings in 2020.
With their recycling services, Swiss Post and Swisscom are making a valuable contribution to the circular economy.