The German logistics giant is aiming for 70% of its deliveries to be emissions-free by 2025

Deutsche Post DHL hasn’t waited for technology to catch up to make progress in cutting carbon emissions. When no commercial electric vehicles were available for its parcel and mail delivery needs, the world’s largest logistics group, with locations in 220 countries and a workforce of 510,000, built its own.

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