The pandemic has accelerated a trend towards online shopping and it looks like that could be here to stay. There were an additional 200 million packages delivered in 2020, which means many more delivery vans zipping up and down our streets, causing congestion and poor air quality. Zedify are revolutionising urban deliveries so that our cities can adapt and thrive. Innovative micro hubs at the edge of city centres mean packages can be consolidated and fewer trips need to take place. Using a zero emission fleet of electric cargo bikes and trikes, Zedify help to transform cities so they can have cleaner air, and safer, more liveable streets. Watch the video to find out more and find out how you, as an individual, can ensure your deliveries are pedal powered.


Zedify are transforming cities with zero emission deliveries and hyper local hubs.

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