The Sustainable Last Mile

Faster. Cheaper. Greener

According to the World Economic Forum, by 2030, there will be a 26 per cent increase in delivery feets in 100 major cities throughout the world, resulting in a 30 per cent increase in carbon emissions.

Going the extra mile for a greener last mile

Typically, items are delivered by making use of vans driven by a human driver. The items are loaded into the van at a depot. The van then drives from the depot to the address of the recipient of an item. The driver unloads the item to be delivered to the recipient, walks to the door of the recipient, rings the recipient’s doorbell and hands over the item to the recipient. The driver then walks back to the van and performs the subsequent similar deliveries in a designated neighbourhood.

While the above-described process may be satisfactory in some instances, it has drawbacks with regard to greenhouse gas emissions, traffic congestion, efficiency and usage of resources (the time of the driver and fuel consumption).

Our patent-pending system for street delivery robots & mini neighbourhood storage depot can store multiple items and load them to a delivery robot for final delivery to the designated address.
Thinking outside the box to deliver the box

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