What will power delivery vehicles of the future? | 2022


The delivery sector is making tremendous strides in cleaning up its tailpipe emissions. According to Frost & Sullivan (F&S) estimates, logistics vehicles make up 30-40% of the traffic on the road in the average western city. With a boom in e-commerce, looming environmental targets and a growing number of city centres implementing low- and no-emission zones, the pressure is on to adopt greener solutions. But delivery as a segment covers a wide range of use cases, from short-range last-mile applications to heavier loads targeted at regional logistics and even long-haul across countries. A single solution may not work for every approach, at least not in the near term.

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