Efficient logistics is essential to achieve more sustainable mobility. Among the measures being promoted is to renewal of the old fleet that uses fossil fuels. Incorporation of vehicles with environmental certification, electric, hybrids or zero emissions vehicles, as well as alternative fuels such as liquefied and compressed natural gas vehicles. To improve the mobility of cities and reduce pollution, some of ANGED companies set last-mile delivery targets 100% zero emissions by 2025, in both own and leased fleet.
The optimization of reverse logistics loads and processes, as well as two-temperature trucks, have a direct and positive impact on a more sustainable supply. Actions to reduce the effects of transport in cities. For example, by optimizing night delivery processes, adapting locking systems, alarms, isolation or specific training on staff to mitigate noise pollution.
Firms encourage the use of more sustainable transport for employees and consumers, with charging points for electric vehicles and bicycles parking lots. On the other hand, through digitalization, they improve the efficiency of both operations, production processes and the transfer of goods promoting a reduction in energy consumption and GHG emissions. Some companies aim to reduce up to 20% the emissions derived from the logistics chain in a period of 5 years from 2019, managing to reduce 6% per year thanks to measures such as the reduction of km travelled through logistic platform flow concentration or the use of more sustainable alternatives such as the train.