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According to the Hellenic Institute of Transport, between 20% and 30% of a city’s greenhouse gas emissions come from last-mile deliveries.

Shifting last-mile delivery fleets to electric delivery vehicles would reduce greenhouse emissions by 60%, per the World Economic Forum.

And according to Dista, 85% of customers would wait longer for delivery if it meant that there were fewer emissions as a result.

Almost 69% of consumers would be more likely to buy from a brand that is committed to sustainable practices.

Cutting emissions is no longer an option — it’s a requirement. See how Bollinger Motors is committed to a greener future for last-mile delivery: