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DHL expands electric vehicle use for urban delivery in The Hague

10 August 2017 | Germany


DHL Express expanded its City Hub electric vehicle scheme to The Hague, which also includes the first DHL use of the Deutsche Post Street Scooter van.

DHL Express first launched the City Hub pilot in March with a cargo bicycle for last-mile deliveries in Utrecht and Frankfurt.

DHL Cub cycle cargo bicycles were used in combination with a DHL van to pull in the city centre, where 125-kilogramme containers are loaded for delivery.

The Hague pilot will replace the Cub cycles with a modified pickup version of a Street Scooter and a Nissan e-NV200, combined with 7.5-tonne trucks to deliver containers into the city centre.

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