Evri plans to triple parcel deliveries by e-cargo bikes

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Credit: Evri

Evri set to treble use of e-cargo bikes over the next year, as part of efforts to reach net zero emissions by 2035

Delivery giant Evri has announced plans to triple the number of deliveries it makes using electric cargo bikes as part of its wide ambitions to reach net zero emissions by 2035. Evri revealed new plans...

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