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NCP Hermes ParcelShop Barbican

Infinium Logistics Solutions supports NCP with their first Hermes ParcelShop

Infinium Logistics Solutions has supported the UK’s largest car park operator NCP, with the implementation of their first Hermes ParcelShop located at Barbican, London. The NCP car park provides an ideal and convenient way to either collect or drop-off parcels and is perfectly positioned to serve existing customers, passing footfall and local residents. Anyone can use the Hermes ParcelShop at NCP Barbican, Aldersgate Street, EC1A 4HY which is open between 7am to …

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Ecargo bikes London

Final Mile E-cargo Bikes in London Reducing Nitrogen Oxides

Infinium Logistics Solutions (ILS) has been working with leading final mile delivery provider, OTL Solutions to launch a micro mobility project in London that will reduce CO2 emissions and Nitrogen Oxides (NOx). Within the next three months, up to 30 e-cargo bikes will have been introduced into the City of London to deliver final mile packages, previously delivered by vans. According to Transport for Quality of Life, vans emit over 30% of …

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Delivery Lockers Within Car Parks

Parcel Delivery Lockers Helping with the Challenges of B2C Final Mile Delivery

Parcel delivery lockers are popping up around the world and becoming much more visible, as many final mile carriers are using them as part of the ever-increasing rise in ecommerce retail. In the past decade, we all know that e-commerce has risen significantly. From 2014 to 2019, e-commerce sales ratios nearly tripled globally. This trend has been driven by a widening range of products that can be purchased online and the entry …

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UN NEWS - Post-pandemic ‘green shift’ in transport could create up to 15 million jobs

UN NEWS – Post-pandemic ‘green shift’ in transport could create up to 15 million jobs

Transforming the transport sector to be more environmentally-friendly in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, could create up to 15 million new jobs worldwide and help countries move to greener, healthier economies, according to a UN-backed report published on Tuesday. The report — Jobs in green and healthy transport: Making the green shift’ – is the work of the ILO and the UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), with the support of …

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Infinium Logistics Solutions Micro Hub

Transforming Car Parks into ‘Logistics Micro Hubs’ with the help of Infinium Logistics Solutions

In response to the ever-increasing rise within ecommerce, Infinium Logistics Solutions (ILS) is developing final mile ecosystems, by creating Logistics Micro Hubs within car parks. With the significant increase in ecommerce, it is predicted that by 2030*, delivery vehicles in the top 100 cities globally will increase by 36%. Consequently, emissions from delivery traffic will increase by 32% and congestion will rise by over 21%. To help counteract this development, Infinium has …

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More Cars Post Lockdown

China has more private cars on the road post lockdown – Will the UK follow?

The team at Infinium Logistics Solutions has been following the transport trends from around the globe after countries start to ease the restrictions of the Coronavirus lockdown. In the UK, the government is looking at a phased lockdown exit plan, with talk of Brits returning to work from May 26th with Grant Shapps, Transport Secretary stating, “It won’t be business as usual after lockdown.” Already companies have spoken out about possible changes …

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Innovation within the parking sector

There is a lot of innovation and development within the parking sector, with many looking to the ‘car park of the future’ which operates as a host to retailers, storage solutions and a range of logistics solutions. At some point, relatively soon, cars will park themselves in car parks, parcels delivered to the boot and the technology to enter and exit the car park will be integrated with how and when your …

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