Pollution is becoming an arising concern for most people living in urban places. Noises, traffic jams, lack of parking lots are influencing the quality of everyday lives.
Many people living in urban zones have experienced troubles with post deliveries associated with the fact that Post Office vehicles are having trouble approaching narrow streets in city centers. This has become a big issue for all postmen, and the delivery quality has declined.
Due to that fact, the Serbian Post Office has decided to welcome five new electric vehicles into their distribution family! Through that they have made a statement about the importance of sustainable solutions!
Those 5 small eco-vehicles will be in charge of increasing the quality of postal service in the narrow urban zones of the 3 biggest cities in Serbia: Belgrade, Nis, and Novi Sad.
For the first time, Serbia Post Office is introducing environmental solutions and standards, and they don’t intend to stop there. Keeping up with environmental trends, and green solutions have become one of the primer goals for the future of deliveries in Serbia.
‘This is just one of a number of innovative activities by which we mark the 180th anniversary of the Post of Serbia, and we are proud to be among the first to introduce environmentally sound solutions and standards. By modernization and development of our postal network and introduction of new types of technology vehicles, the largest and widest national distribution network gains new strength in “green” solutions as well. At the same time, the availability and quality of the postal service in the very city centers is elevated to a higher level. However, we do not forget rural areas with hardly accessible terrains, where we expect the first postal quads to be delivered’, pointed out Mira Petrović, Acting Director of the Post of Serbia.
The purchase of the five electric cars has been the first step towards an innovative sustainable business. The Post of Serbia continues with the innovations in all phases of the technological process, infrastructure, and starts a wider social campaign to reduce the emission of harmful gases.