Last mile logistics
Vattenfall delivers comprehensive last mile logistics solutions for last mile logistics companies planning a transition to electric vehicle (EV) fleets. As the demand for efficient last mile logistics increases with urbanisation and e-commerce growth, switching to EV fleets becomes a cost-effective, operationally efficient, and significantly less carbon-intensive solution.
Electric charging for last mile delivery fleets
Our end-to-end last mile solution for EV charging helps you navigate the EV transition. We provide Power-as-a-Service, setting up, owning, and managing your EV charging systems from grid to charger, tailored explicitly to your last mile delivery needs. We also offer new or upgraded grid connections to support EV settings via our sister business, Vattenfall IDNO.
As a technology-agnostic last mile logistics expert, we tailor cost-effective solutions based on your unique needs. We aren’t tied to any Charge Point Operator, which allows us to offer unbiased advice and help you select the most appropriate charging technology for your last mile EV charging.
Mitigating risks in last mile logistics is one of our key focuses. We ensure financial predictability by providing agreed service levels at a fixed monthly cost for up to 10 years. This allows efficient resource allocation and budgeting within your last mile delivery operations.
With Vattenfall as your energy partner in last mile logistics solutions, you do not need to invest in, manage, or cover the legal responsibilities of owning high-voltage electric infrastructure. This lets your staff focus on your core business in last mile delivery.
Vattenfall’s Last Mile Logistics White Paper
The white paper is designed to explain EV charging for Fleet Owners, Fleet Operators, and Fleet Managers interested in understanding more about the transition to EV fleets for their last mile logistics solutions.
It provides an overview of the process of switching to an EV fleet and the options available for owning and operating electric vehicle charging infrastructure, as well as an introduction to Power-as-a-Service (Paas), Independent Distribution Network Operators (IDNOs), and how working with PaaS and an IDNO can provide Capital Expense (CAPEX) to cover the costs of EV charging infrastructure.
To learn more about transitioning to EV fleets for last mile logistics,
download our last mile logistics white paper
Funding your EV charging setup
Vattenfall Network Solutions fund and build private wire networks, or acquire them if they’re already made. Our model returns valuable CAPEX to your business, significantly reducing the initial investment for last mile solutions EV charging transition. This speeds up the shift to electric vehicles and aids in achieving your sustainability targets by reducing carbon emissions.
Vattenfall’s comprehensive last mile logistics solutions simplify the transition to EV fleets, allowing your business to reduce costs, enhance efficiency, and boost sustainability. Through Power-as-a-Service, technology-agnostic solutions, and our unique funding model, we manage complexities, thus, allowing you to focus on your core business.
To find out more
Download our last mile logistics white paper
- "Why we chose Power-as-a-Service" - A short video in which, Tijs van Driel, COO & Co founder of Red je Pakketje BV, explains why they chose to partner with Vattenall via Power-as-a-Service to provide charging infrastructure for their EV fleets.
- Red je Pakketje case study - Vattenfall and the delivery company Instabox have started an international collaboration to provide charging infrastructure for Instabox’s electric vehicle fleet. By the end of 2022, Vattenfall will operate approximately 400 charge points on Instabox’s terminals in Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands.