What is e-logurba
The number of logistics actors operating in an isolated and uncoordinated way is a growing problem in metropolises. In 2021, the city of Montpellier has decided to act with the ambition of improving the quality of life of its inhabitants and limiting the impact of urban logistics on the environment.
Up to 50% of CO2 emissions are due to last-mile delivery.
Urban logistics is also responsible for about 70% of fine particle emissions.
This project helps territories with ecological transition and to reduce the flow of goods, pollution, and environmental footprint. The Occitanie metropolis has set itself an action plan in 6 stages for a period of 24 months to reverse the trend.
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In the media
« The aim is to make it easier for deliverers to break loads by anticipating the volumes to be delivered and optimizing the routes. »
Emmanuel Mouton, CEO of Synox, for Stratégies Logistique, in 2021.
” From the outset, I was committed to sustainable development. It was, therefore, necessary to find new processes to reduce road traffic and fight against greenhouse gases.»
Christophe Caset-Carricaburu, CEO of SEV, for Entreprendre à Montpellier, in 2022.
SEV electric vehicles will be equipped with on-board telematics […] All information will be centralized on the SoFLEET platform.
Journal Du Net, in 2021.
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