Malaysia and Vietnam’s DHL eCommerce goes green

The logistics company will be rolling out fleet of electric motorbikes as part of the Deutsche Post DHL Group's commitment to Zero Emissions by 2050. This change hopes to see the company operating at 70% of its own first and last mile services with clean pick-up and delivery solutions in 2050.


The logistics company will be rolling out fleet of electric motorbikes as part of the Deutsche Post DHL Group’s commitment to Zero Emissions by 2050. This change hopes to see the company operating at 70% of its own first and last mile services with clean pick-up and delivery solutions in 2050.

 

DHL eCommerce, a division of the world’s leading logistics company, Deutsche Post DHL Group (DPDHL), has rolled out a fleet of electric vehicles in Malaysia and Vietnam as part of its domestic delivery network and in line with the Group’s commitment to Zero Emissions by 2050. As part of the commitment to reduce all logistics-related emissions to nett zero by the year 2050, DPDHL announced that it will operate 70% of its own first and last mile services with clean pick-up and delivery solutions.

 

“In parallel with the continued growth in e-commerce, we expect a strong demand for deliveries and we recognize the need for sustainable delivery solutions. As part of DPDHL’s commitment to Zero Emissions by 2050, our fleet of electric vehicles will provide greener deliveries and we are committed to steadily and consciously increasing our fleet of electric vehicles in our domestic delivery network.” said Kiattichai Pitpreecha, Managing Director, Southeast Asia, DHL eCommerce.