Bpost puts 2,000th e-van into use

One year after Bpost put its thousandth electric delivery van into use, the Belgian postal company surpassed the 2,000 electric vehicle mark. This means that Bpost has doubled its fleet of environmentally friendly vehicles in just one year.

These figures underline the company’s commitment to further reducing emissions and delivering CO2-free mail and parcels throughout Belgium by 2030. Bpost aims to reach zero emissions by 2040 and decarbonize its e-commerce supply chain. Bpost wants to be a reference in social and ecological sustainability in all markets where the company is active.

Green fleet

Today, bpost’s fleet consists of 10,754 vans, of which 2,000 are electric vans, and more than 5,000 bicycles, of which about 2,500 are e-bikes. By the end of this year, more than 500 electric vans and trucks will be added.

In 2023, Bpost won the ‘Zero-Emission Van Trophy’ for the largest customer of electric vans. The first e-van was introduced in 2014, and in June 2018, the first vans could be charged at a Bpost site in Bergen/Mons.


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