City centres are becoming increasingly congested by traffic, many of which are delivery vehicles. Hence, the European Commission set an ambitious goal of achieving essentially CO2-free city logistics in major urban centres by 2030. In order to achieve this goal, making urban logistics more sustainable is important.
And this is exactly what Amsterdam-based Bringly is trying to do. The startup offers sustainable and same-day delivery service for retailers and e-commerce through its network of bicycle couriers and electric vehicles to deliver quickly, locally, and completely CO2-neutral.