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Mechelen - Shared Mobility for Retailers

08 April 2021

The City of Mechelen is aiming to reduce traffic and increase sustainable logistics efficiency by expanding the ‘autodelen’ shared mobility concept to include businesses in their historic centre. This…

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Cargobikathon Groningen - and the winner is…

07 April 2021

Last month Surflogh partners at the City of Groningen chartered the help of students to create some imaginative, successful possibilities for using the cargo-bike more in the inner city. Since deliver…

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Coping with Corona

01 March 2021

As we reach the one-year-lockdown mark resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, it is clear that we may well have to continue adapting for some time to come. The ‘new normal’ is fast becoming normal. At …

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That’s another R!sult - bike couriers & micro hubs

01 March 2021

In November 2020 Surflogh partners in Mechelen participated in a three-month parcel delivery pilot, appropriately named R!sult. Using a fully loaded electric delivery van as a mobile ‘micro hub’ to en…

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Surflogh Research in Action - still in action!

10 February 2021

Surflogh partners Jonathan Cowie (Edinburgh Napier University) and Keith Fisken (South East of Scotland Transport Partnership - SEStran) are all set for the last stage of primary research centred on i…

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Funding Boost for Edinburgh's Sustainable Logistics

04 February 2021

Co-financed by Surflogh, the zero-emissions delivery company Zedify has received £50,000 (€56,630 ) funding to boost e-cargo bike deliveries in Edinburgh. The UK delivery hub network is also excited t…

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Sustainable deliveries – why wait?

03 February 2021

Stakeholder engagement is key to the success of our green logistics transition. So, it is important to know and understand the various drivers that motivate and get people on board. Our Belgian partne…

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Parcel locker pilot proving positive

01 February 2021

Surflogh followers have already spotted the news about our new pilot to test the feasibility of locker hubs in a predominantly more rural setting – the Province of Drenthe in the north of the Netherla…

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Lockers - unlocking local potential

19 January 2021

On 10th January the first of Surflogh’s three planned locker hubs in Drenthe started up at the busy transit hub at Gieten-Rolde. Due to COVID restrictions, no official opening but none-the-less a hap…

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Go Fast is going faster!

14 January 2021

The City of Groningen works closely with all stakeholders, connecting parties and stimulating green initiatives as they work towards sustainable and zero-emission logistics in the inner city by 2025. …

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