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Our commitment to Zero Emissions last-mile logistics.

Zero Emissions Last-mile Pilot Program Sydney 23- October 10th 2023

The primary goal of the program is to assess the feasibility and benefits of implementing cargo e-bike delivery services which will help pave the way to positive impact legislation and investment. Over three months, allowing us to gather valuable data and assess the program's impact within a 5km radius of the city



Inefficiencies Polluting Last-mile Operations

1. Inefficient Packaging

Excess use of plastic and over packaging are significant reasons behind rapidly growing landfills. 

2. Growing Volumes

An increase in demand for faster deliveries has ballooned trip volumes, especially after the pandemic started. 

3. Repeated Delivery Attempts 

Poor address quality, delayed deliveries, and unavailability of customers results in repeated attempts to deliver a parcel.

4. Increasing Returns

Returns also increase the carbon footprint of a delivery task in two major ways. One, it drives emissions while processing used products, and two, emissions from executing reverse logistics.

5. Intensifying Capacity Crunches

Especially in LTL delivery models, have become a common challenge across carrier ecosystems. This problem also leads to growing trip volumes and adversely impacts last-mile sustainability. 



Reducing Last-mile Emissions

Cargo e-bikes are eco-friendly alternatives to traditional delivery vehicles, emitting zero emissions and reducing the carbon footprint. E-bikes can navigate through traffic congestion more easily, helping alleviate traffic congestion and ensuring faster delivery times. 

Optimized Routing

Optimized routing is helps eliminate more than 21,000 tonnes of carbon emissions each year. Optimized routing reduces travel and trip volumes and using geocoding and machine learning algorithms, it ensures address accuracy and boosts first-attempt delivery success rates.


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