PROBLEM

Urban freight is choking our cities.

Emissions from delivery traffic will increase by 32% and congestion by over 21% in the Top 100 cities globally until 2030.
Urgent action is needed to reduce environmental impacts, improve air quality, and tackle congestion.

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Of PM2.5 emissions in London generated by freight vehicles.

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Estimated premature deaths per year in London from air pollution.

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Air pollution costs the healthcare system in London up to £3.7bn per annum.

The Challenges

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Regulation

Evolving Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) regulations and penalties bring new responsibilities and added costs to businesses for compliance and reporting.

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Costs

Relentless cost pressures on organisations mean that collaboration is moving up the corporate agenda and historic barriers are falling away.

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Healthcare

Healthcare organisations are facing challenging times and the burden of pollution related health problems needs to be tackled.

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Silos

Suppliers deliver to the same office on different days on different vehicles, and businesses located in the same office or district order the identical products from different suppliers.

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Data

Lack of data on B2B freight vehicle movements in cities is hampering policy planning and suppressing the ‘call to action’ to tackle the environmental impacts.

NEWS

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