Freight challenges: delivery expectations come at a cost

London serves as a useful case study for cities looking to optimise freight movement while addressing congestion, air quality and emissions concerns. By Megan Lampinen

The combination of growing urban populations, the e-commerce boom and tightening emissions regulations is putting pressure on freight carriers within cities. Fleets not only have to navigate congested city centres, many of which have low- or zero-emission zones in effect, but also face tight delivery windows. With freight movement pivotal for local businesses and the economy, there’s plenty at stake….

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