Cross River Partnership and Westminster City Council launch 6-Month Micro Logistics Hub trial with Infinium Logistics to support local zero-emission deliveries

London Micro Logistics Hub

Cross River Partnership (CRP), a non-profit and impartial partnership organisation, and Westminster City Council (WCC), are excited to launch their new six-month micro logistics hub trial in Pimlico, on 17th April, to support zero-emission last-mile deliveries in the City of Westminster. This is a CRP and WCC-funded trial, supported by Infinium Logistics, and carried out […]

Infinium Logistics announces 15 Q-Park Hyperlocal Logistics Hubs

Infinium Logistics Reveals Top 15 Q-Park Hyperlocal Logistics Hub Locations

After announcing a UK-focused long-term partnership to develop urban logistics hubs within Q-Park’s car park portfolio, Infinium Logistics has now implemented the first 3 sites and reveals the locations of its next 15, bringing the total number of Infinium Logistics Hyperlocal hubs to 22. The first three Q-Park sites made operational this year are located […]

The Green Last Mile Europe Report 2022 – what can we learn from it?

Green Last Mile Report

Published by the Last Mile Experts, the 2022 Green Last Mile Europe Report offers insights into last mile logistics and the key trends and initiatives aimed at mitigating the increasing environmental impact. The report estimates that “the last mile makes up some 30-50% of all supply chain costs for B2C parcels and is a key […]

Infinium Logistics Solutions creates new parking facility for 240 delivery vehicles in Madrid

Infinium Logistics Solutions Creates New Parking Facility for 240 Delivery Vehicles in Madrid

Infinium Logistics Solutions Spain (ILS) has completed the transformation of a 240-bay commercial parking facility for final mile delivery vehicles in Getafe, south of Madrid. The project was delivered to support the logistics operations for one of ILS clients requiring additional parking close to their facility. The 6,000 square metres plot of commercial land was […]