Traffic is expected to increase further in the coming decades. This is not only a significant increase in passenger transport, but researchers are also warning of freight transport that continues to increase strongly. In addition, climate objectives are high on the agenda of (local) governments and government organizations. Strong efforts are being made to limit the use of fossil fuels and the associated CO2 emissions.
Projects have been started up in a number of places in the Netherlands in which a logistics hub has been deployed to limit traffic nuisance, reduce CO2 emissions and improve the quality of life in the living and working environment. These have often also been temporary Hub locations to efficiently carry out logistics around inner-city construction projects. Convoi has a permanent hub at Lage Weide, Utrecht.
When the logistics hub is deployed, goods are received at a Convoi location and distributed in a sustainable manner. As a result, burdensome traffic flows decrease and the quality of the air in your environment increases. The solution is quite simple. A fuller truck thanks to a smart planning system, which protects the environment and so a delivery person no longer has to go into town for just one package. Convoi can keep a stock for you so that you will have to deliver less often. If you opt for electric transport from Convoi, the benefits will be even greater. Convoi also offers the possibility to house your expedition and mailroom location at a Convoi location. For more information, simply contact one of our representatives.
Convoi has experience in supporting its clients with different types of logistics hub solutions. Industrial and project removals provide ample specialist knowledge to ensure that every type of goods flow runs smoothly. We are happy to discuss the situation with you.
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