The reference player in sustainable delivery

By 2025 we want to reduce our CO2 emissions per parcel by 30%, and we will put the means and investments to achieve this goal.

We strive to make the most meaningful impact, and will therefore concentrate on cities where the pollution and the population density is the highest.

Our target is to deliver the 200 largest cities in Europe by 2025 with zero- and low-emission vehicles.

We are committed to become a key partner for cities and customers to jointly make our planet a better place, because we all share the same address.”

Boris Winkelmann, Chairman & CEO of GeoPost / DPDgroup

Key facts & figures

Liveable city

225 cities green delivered by 2025

7,700 new low emission vehicles by 2025

Carbon market

-30% of CO2 emissions per parcel by 2025

Green delivery in 225 European cities by 2025

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We all share the #SameAddress

At DPDgroup our consumer promise starts with something we’ve always known yet has never been more in focus.

Borders are just lines drawn on a map. We are interconnected. We’re neighbours.

We are convinced that wherever you live, wherever you work, wherever your parcels are delivered, we all share the #SameAddress and must take care of our planet.

That’s why our target is to deliver 225 of the largest European cities with zero- and low-emission delivery means.

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Smart urban delivery
Did you know we target to deliver 225 cities in Europe by 2025 with zero- and low- emission vehicles? Discover our smart urban delivery initiatives worldwide.

Carbon neutral commitment
Discover how we’ve planned to reduce our CO2 emissions per parcel by 30% by 2025

Air quality monitoring programme
Check out how we improve air quality for all citizens in 5 European cities

DPDgroup is committed to being a sustainable business

Discover our CSR commitments

Press release

 

"Green delivery in 225 European cities by 2025" (6 October 2020)

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Press release

“DPDgroup launches a unique air quality monitoring programme” (28 November 2019)

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