Recently Bos Logistics joined the TULIPS consortium. The company’s ambition is to have a leading role in reducing the CO2-footprint in first and final mile distribution. Bos Logistics is participating in work package 1; increase electric freight transport. It contributes by testing business potential of electric trucking concepts and has already introduced the first electric truck.
About Bos Logistics
Bos Logistics is a family-owned logistics company founded in 1961. Bos Logistics’ core business is the first and final mile distribution for air and sea freight to and from the Benelux. The group is strategically positioned with subsidiaries at Schiphol, in Rotterdam, and in Brussels.
Reducing the CO2 footprint in first and final mile
The ambition of Bos Logistics is to have a leading role in reducing the CO2-footprint in first and final mile distribution. The group is exploring and executing various activities to achieve this ambition. They are implementing the usage of alternative fuels such as LNG and HVO100 on dedicated trucks. Additionally they are investigating the option to offer an HVO100 option to their distribution network. And to optimize paperless working, they plan to implement E-CMR during 2023 and start offering digital delivery notes.
Reduce emissions at airports together
With a mission to connect value and always looking for a way to be of added value, Bos Logistics is a proud partner of TULIPS. This way the company aims to accelerate the implementation of innovative and sustainable technologies to reduce emissions at airports together.
Bos Logistics’ role in TULIPS – Green Airports
Bos Logistics is participating in work package 1; increase electric freight transport. Bos Logistics contributes by testing business potential of electric trucking concepts. It’s the objective to learn more about the potential contributions for better (airport) logistics and sustainability. Bos Logistics has already introduced the first electric truck and will grow their electrical truck fleet in 2023. By participating in the Tulips project, Bos Logistics aims to contribute to overcoming the key challenges to successfully increase electric freight transport.