- 21 June 2019
- Transport / Logistics Services
Zero emissions delivery company Zedify has opened a new depot in Hoxton, just outside of the London Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ).
The company’s ‘micro-consolidation centre is to house up to 20 Zedify zero emissions electric cargo trikes, and is set to handle up to 1500 deliveries a day.
Packages will arrive at the micro consolidation centre in Hoxton every morning where they will be sorted into delivery round within a two-mile radius. According to Zedify, this means that its riders “often complete 2-3 routes in a day, giving unrivalled flexibility around timeslots”.
Sam Keam co-founder & COO of Zedify said: “This new hub greatly enhances our capacity for growth within central London. With the ULEZ and other restrictions in place for more traditional delivery modes, there has never been a better time to change urban logistics for the better.”
Zedify, which has eight depots across the UK, said that its use of electric-assist cargo bikes helps to “reduce emissions, improve congestion and ensure deliveries can have a positive impact on the urban environment”.