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October 1 is Bring Co2-free in Copenhagen

Sep 29, 2021

September 29, 2021 From 1 October, Bring’s parcel deliveries will be CO2-free in the capital. 13 new electric vehicles and 12 electric bicycles have been purchased, and will deliver packages in Copenhagen, Valby, Frederiksberg, Glostrup, Greve, Ishøj, Brøndby, Rødovre, Tårnby and Dragør. This is the biggest change for Bring in Denmark so far, and a step on the way to becoming CO2-free on the last mile. In the past year, Bring has tested 4 electric cars for package distribution in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg. The test has proved very positive and proved that it is possible to distribute packages to the Danes in the capital with more environmentally conscious vehicles. A further 13 electric cars and 12 electric bicycles have now been purchased. The extra investment in electric vehicles is a step towards using renewable energy only within a few years. – We have grown 24 percent on package volume in Copenhagen over the last twelve months. Therefore, we expand per. October 1 our electric car fleet and now replaces 15 diesel-powered vehicles with 13 new electric cars. In addition, as something completely new, we will distribute a large part of our packages for home delivery and business with bicycle stalls in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg. We have an ambitious goal that the entire group will only use renewable energy by 2025. At the same time, we see that more and more customers are demanding greener deliveries. This investment is an important piece in the puzzle to make Denmark greener, says Johnnie Guldbrandt, distribution manager for Bring in Denmark. Residents of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Glostrup, Brøndby, Rødovre, Ishøj, Greve, Valby, Tårnby and Dragør can now be delivered as fast as before – just greener. The only difference is that customers’ deliveries now become CO2-free and thus have a lesser impact on the environment. In the budget for 2022, the City of Copenhagen has stated that they will invest heavily in reducing emissions and creating a greener city. A focus Bring greatly appreciates. – We can not close our eyes to the fact that our industry is part of the big problem. But it also means that we can be part of the solution. By daring to challenge ourselves, be open to new technology, new solutions and at the same time push our customers to make higher demands, we are convinced that we can have a more sustainable supply chain, says Johnnie Guldbrandt. It is about that over 800,000 Danes will now receive CO2-free deliveries. Bring is already emission-free on evening deliveries, but now all deliveries from e-commerce, both day and evening, from the terminal to the recipients in Copenhagen will be emission-free. The new, greener deliveries apply to everything except pallets. This is what Bring has ordered (in addition to the existing 4 MAN e-TGE): 12 electric bikes model Kettler Cargoline 6 Maxus E-Deliver 9 *The article has been translated based on the content of IT-Kanalen by . If there is any problem regarding the content, copyright, please leave a report below the article. We will try to process as quickly as possible to protect the rights of the author. Thank you very much! *We just want readers to access information more quickly and easily with other multilingual content, instead of information only available in a certain language. *We always respect the copyright of the content of the author and always include the original link of the source article.If the author disagrees, just leave the report below the article, the article will be edited or deleted at the request of the author. Thanks very much! Best regards! Report Content

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