We are committed to efficient and emission-free city logistics

Berser Network Logistics has signed the covenant ZES (Zero Emission City Logistics) of the municipality of Rotterdam. In order to limit the number of freight journeys in the city as much as possible, we work from a logistics city hub.

Rotterdam and logistics join forces

Efficient and emission-free city logistics is a joint task of the government and the business community. The Municipality of Rotterdam and the logistics sector have therefore concluded a covenant in which they endorse this task. Berser Network Logistics signed this covenant and considers it in every strategic decision.

The covenant ZES is a local elaboration of the national Climate Agreement and deals in particular with the size of the zone and actions that are carried out in Rotterdam. One of the goals is to limit the number of freight trips in the city as much as possible.

The city hub as a sustainable solution

Nationally, the logistics city hub is increasingly emerging. This is also the case in Rotterdam. A city hub is a collection point on the outskirts of the city, where goods are bundled. We then transport the goods to the city center. This not only limits the number of kilometers, but also the CO2 emissions of our fleet.

Would you like to know more about our vision on sustainability? Read more about our approach or contact us directly.

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