With the Armadillo electric cargo bike and City ContainerMORE ABOUT THE ARMADILLO
The quickest and most robust cargo bike out thereMORE ABOUT THE ARMADILLO
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For our customers, uptime is critical in their last mile delivery solutions. Continous technical development, carefully designed maintenance checklists, skilled local maintenance partners, easily switchable spare wheels and access to spare parts ensure maximum uptime.
Our wish for clean cities, same day deliveries and the ongoing urbanization requires new solutions for last mile deliveries. Our vision is much larger than a cargo bike. We want to create a new ecosystem.Our Last Mile Vision
Last week we launched our new co-operation with the German Aerospace Center (DLR), when presenting a fuel cell system demonstrator for the Armadillo. We have also done another fuel cell demonstrator in the past, together with RI.SE. In this article, we would like to explain why we are interested in this technology.
Patrick Perret, from Switzerland, decided to combine making a statement and do a grand adventure together with his children Yoann and Emilie on an electric cargo bike. After 17 437 km and many countries, they are now back in Switzerland to tell the story.
During the International Cargo Bike Festival in Groningen, a workshop was held on the topic of containerisation in last mile delivery. Paul Buijs from University of Groningen introduced us to the Physical Internet, Fredrik Lindqvist from Bring (Norwegian Mail) told us about how containerisation speeds up their express deliveries and I (Johan Erlandsson) gave some updates on what is going on in containerised last mile delivery. The audience was invited to discuss and we had a look at some new container handling equipment.