The last mile:
The last mile is the last stage in the process of delivering products to customers. It is one of the most
polluting stages in delivery logistics.Package distribution is expected to represent 47% of urban mobility by 2025.
Impact on the environment
Last-mile deliveries have a high impact on the environment, since they increase traffic and produce
60% of the world population Is expected to live in urban environments, increasing congestion by almost 30% by 2030.
According to the WEF, the demand for last-mile deliveries will increase by 78% worldwide by 2030.
In this context, transport and ecommerce companies will need to adapt their urban distribution systems,moving toward a more digital and sustainable model.
The last mile problem
Last-mile deliveries are collapsing cities and generating a huge carbon footprint because the system runs on a legacy structure that penalizes the world’s fastest-growing industry.
Traditional home-delivery methods are inefficient and not customer-driven. They create a huge carbon
footprint and exacerbate congestion in cities, with a high cost for the environment and transportation
The Last mile problem
Due to the large growth of ecommerce, the carbon footprint of package delivery is growing constantly
and is expected to reach around 5.5 billion metric tons in 2032.
Negative environmental impact:
1. 25% of CO2 emissions in cities are produced by last-mile deliveries.
2. 20% of traffic in urban areas is caused by freight transport, mainly from ecommerce.
3. Global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions have increased by almost 50% since 1990.
Pollution is one of the main risk factors contributing to disease and death worldwide.
For a more sustainable society, for a better world.
More sustainable cities thanks to a reduction in CO2 emissions and urban congestion
● Sustainable development
● Sustainable Cities
● Human health
● Savings in healthcare systems
Citibox is the solution:
A new sustainable and efficient last mile
Citibox helps ease traffic, which translates into less air pollution and a lower level of exposure to noxious gases.
Fewer delivery-van trips, less traffic congestion and lower CO2 emissions greatly reduce the environmental impact.
Citibox contributes to improving cities and transforming them into sustainable cities
Citibox is the solution
Our technology enables and enhances the optimization of carrier routes and allows for an extremely efficient and environmentally sustainable last mile.
Citibox cuts emissions by 69% on night-time deliveries and 52% on day-time deliveries versus the traditional model.
CO2 emissions down 554 MT in 2022
Expected reduction of 396,000 MT in CO2 emissions in Spain over the next 15 years
Expected reduction of 1,435,000 MT in CO2 emissions in the EU over the next 15 years
Massive reduction measured by KPMG in collaboration with DPD, the main last-mile carrier in Europe, in their report on the impact of Citibox in ecommerce last-mile delivery.