Fleet Electrification Kicks Carbon to the Curb
EV charging displaces diesel and gasoline consumption which reduces carbon emissions. That’s why industry analysts say that 76% of the supply chain is committed to electrifying fleets—ambitious goals that will address the challenge of climate change. As part of our commitment to sustainability and the generation of electricity from renewable sources, we are installing electric vehicle charging columns at our sites around the world. We see EV charging as essential to massively reduce carbon while expanding and meeting the demands of global fulfillment today.
Combating enemies of efficiency
Every year in the trucking industry, more than 2 billion hours are lost to dwell and detention—the gap in time at a distribution yard or facility when loading or unloading is supposed to begin and when it actually takes place. We're investing in logistics technology platforms to enable long-haul truckers to drop off and pick up loads at drop zones in major metro areas, and then a network of local fleets does the first and final mile of delivery to warehouses.
Future-proofing your fleet
Designed with the future in mind, we’re determined to make transportation smarter. Investing in fleet management solutions today will enable us to offer industry-specific solutions to improve the way fleets manage data—all from a single platform. We're also investing in state-of-the-art dispatch and routing software that improves your fleet efficiency, performance and customer service to make every last mile the best one yet.
Explore All Mobility Essentials
Our Mobility Essentials can augment existing transportation solutions with autonomous yard trucks for productivity efficiency, last-mile routing strategies that make the fulfillment chain far more efficient, as well as fleet management services. The last mile of delivering goods and services to your customers presents an opportunity to reduce transportation costs for your logistics operation and boost customer satisfaction.