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.
August 29, 2018
By PLA Editorial
The first fleet of electric vehicles are already in use and the plan is to increase the fleet gradually by sunsetting older vehicles and prioritizing ‘green and clean’ approaches. Delivery hubs in Puchong and Cheras in Malaysia and Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi in Vietnam will be retrofitted with electric charging points with fast charging capabilities.
DHL eCommerce provides nationwide domestic delivery with fully-owned operations in Malaysia and Vietnam to enable e-commerce businesses to deliver to their consumers. The domestic delivery network also includes DHL ServicePoints for drop-off and pick-up with convenient locations to provide greater convenience for sellers and consumers while optimizing delivery for greater efficiency.
“Consumers are becoming more environmentally conscious and are placing greater value on sustainable options when they shop. We are super pleased to be rolling out our electric fleet in Malaysia and Vietnam to support our customers — it is great for us, great for our customers and great for the country.” added Kiattichai Pitpreecha, Managing Director, Southeast Asia, DHL eCommerce
DPDHL announced that it will reduce all logistics-related emissions to zero by the year 2050. The Group aims to become the market leader in green logistics and plans to expand its portfolio of green products and services to help customers achieve their own climate protection targets.