DPD implements innovative solutions in Nagold, Hamburg and Hanau.
For a sustainable and efficient transport fleet and a smart comprehensive shipping network
DPD launches new service together with Deutsche Bahn, HOCHBAHN and ParcelLock: the Hamburg Box
Mercedes-Benz Vans, DPD and what3words start a joint test for more efficient parcel deliveries with an innovative addressing solution
VanAssist funded project builds the autonomous delivery vehicle of the future
DPD delivers parcels by cargo bike in Hanau
On the road with zero local emissions in Berlin and Nuremberg: DPD takes delivery of the first eSprinters from Mercedes-Benz
DPD Germany launches new Sustainability website section
DPDgroup to introduce low-emission delivery in 225 European cities by 2025
DPDgroup once more receives the EcoVadis gold medal for its commitment in the field of corporate social responsibility(CSR)
By 2025 the CO2 emissions generated by parcel shipping are to be reduced by 30 % per parcel compared to 2013 values.
E-vans deployed for emission-free deliveries in Hamburg
KoMoDo project in Berlin has reached a positive conclusion after twelve months in daily trial operations
Swap body in use as a micro-depot in the city centre of Constance
Cargo bikes for Leipzig
DPD VW-eCrafters in Hanover
In a video delivery man Tamás Magó explains what is close to his heart
DPDgroup is awarded the EcoVadis Gold Medal for its commitment to sustainability.
DPD's environmental management is certified in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 and DIN EN ISO 14001:2015.
The DPD Foundation supports further centres for early childhood education in Rwanda
DPD supports the waste food rescuers from SIRPLUS
2020 CO2 reduction target is exceeded as early as 2018.
DPD continues its efforts to reduce CO2 emissions and deploys VW e-Crafters in Hamburg
DPD now also uses cargo bikes in Heilbronn and Hamburg
DPD uses TRIPL-Scooters to deliver parcels in Hamburg, Berlin and Cologne
DPD increases the use of fully electric delivery vehicles in Stuttgart and Ludwigsburg
New vehicle mix for switching between short urban and long rural routes
DPDgroup presents concrete scenarios for the use of the Renault EZ-PRO in parcel delivery services
With a reduction of 11.2 % on 2013 values the group-wide target of a 10 % reduction by 2020 is substantially exceeded.
For 2018 240,467 t CO2 is offset by generating 214,058 MWh of clean energy
CO2 emissions have been reduced by a further 10 percent compared to 2013.
Micro depots and cargo bikes are combined. Thanks to this combination, parcel deliveries in the city centre of Nuremberg are free from emissions.
Water heating, solar systems and heating by means of air-to-water heat pumps enable greater energy efficiency and therefore a reduction in emissions at the first green DPD depots in Steinen and Nagold
DPDgroup continues to be a pioneer in voluntary CO2 offsetting and also leads the way worldwide.
The DPD Foundation is created from the DPD Aid Fund for our own employees.
The aim of the DPD Foundation is to promote a world in which children, young adults and their families do not suffer from poverty and can develop in conditions of health and freedom.
The activities of the DPD Foundation focus on three areas:
The DPD Aid Fund integrated into the foundation helps employees, system partners and delivery personnel who suddenly find themselves in need through no fault of their own.
Trainees are actively involved as sponsors and are in contact with children from Africa, Asia and Latin America via the cooperation partner Plan International.
Support for charitable projects through Plan International and other partners. Since 2016 DPD has been supporting a project in Rwanda which promotes early childhood education and creates new future prospects.
Employees can find themselves in a sudden emergency situation through no fault of their own - the DPD Aid Fund provides help!
Digital tools are introduced to optimise last mile delivery and reduce the number of unsuccessful delivery attempts.
The first of many successful carbon-neutral years is celebrated with "Mr Z" and a photo contest.
The Total Zero principle: zero CO2 pollution. Zero extra costs for the customer.
On 1 July 2012 DPD becomes CO2 neutral
DPD's entire parcel shipping operations within Germany, Europe and intercontinentally become CO2 neutral - at no extra cost for customers.
The reduction of CO2 emissions is combined with investment in climate protection projects
Any remaining emissions are compensated for by offsetting projects in France, Colombia and Cambodia
DPD expands its e-fleet and increasingly enters the field of emission-free parcel delivery.
An audit of the initial locations confirms that DPD complies with the ISO 14001 environmental standard, and the aim from now on is to meet the standard at all locations throughout Germany.
DPD takes delivery of e-cell vans as early as 2010. These are tested in the Stuttgart and Hamburg areas.
Sustainable decisions on the use of resources.
Decisive conversion of company locations to waste separation and recycling
Switch to environmentally friendly paper from sustainable forestry
Fewer stops and fewer kilometres driven, thanks to deliveries made to DPD parcel shops
Group-wide efforts "on our own doorstep" in the field of sustainability. Recycling and energy-saving measures at DPD locations and efforts to reduce CO2 emissions.
Parcel shops as an environmentally friendly alternative to stops along the last mile
Various small and local participations in voluntary organisations, youth associations and municipal fundraising events
The DPD Academy for further personal and professional development, seminars on maintaining a healthy back and non-smoking