An integral part of DHL’ corporate culture is its commitment to sustainability and electromobility.
For this reason, DHL is preparing to reduce its CO2 emissions to zero by 2050. It aims to become the standard of the logistics industry through responsible commercial practices with its global GoGreen program.
As part of this strategy, DHL Express Mexico announced that it will increase its electric vehicle fleet by adding 50 fully electric Renault Master E-TECHs.
Antonio Arranz, DHL Express Mexico’s CEO, stated that the company is focused on implementing its Zero-Emission GoGreen sustainable strategy to leave a green footprint and become the leader in sustainable logistics.
DHL chose 20 electric Renault Kangoo Z.E.s. This purchase marked the first step in Mexico to migrate to EVs.
The value of these 50 units and the infrastructure to support them was valued at $3.5 million USD. With this strategy, DHL Express tripled its number of EVs in Mexico.
Magdalena López, Renault Mexico’s General Manager, stated that the company shares values with DHL, including their pioneering spirit and commitment to a sustainable future.
Renault Mexico is focused on offering clean and environment-friendly solutions to boost its competitiveness, profitability, and environmental commitment.
The Master E-TECH is the perfect means of transportation for last-mile parcels due to its high energy efficiency, space, and load capacity, as well as its 74-mile autonomy range.
“We’re fully convinced that we’re laying the foundation for a transition to sustainable mobility and working with partners committed to a better future.”
The Master E-TECH technology offers many other electromobility advantages: zero noise, zero emissions, and 100% efficiency.
Integrating these new models in the Mexican market is a key part of its GoGreen strategy, whose main objective is to add bicycles and more EVs by 2025 and, by 2050, have an entirely Zero Emission fleet.