ChatGPT & DALL-E generated panoramic image of shipping container covered with computer circuitry and sparks being winched into a container ship at a shipping terminal

Electrified Ports Will Have A Competitive Advantage In The Coming Decades

Freight logistics are going to be transforming over the coming years, and electrification is the primary wedge. It’s not only climate-friendly, but ports that take this path sooner rather than later will end up more competitive as global shipping declines. Electrification is a path to being a winning port in … [continued]

ChatGPT & DALL-E generated panoramic image of a cargo trike on an urban street with the rider in front and a big metal box on the back

Last Mile Delivery Is Standardizing With Two Cubic Meter Roro Boxes For E-Cargo Trikes

In the past year I’ve been observing a trend that’s on at least a couple of continents. Delivery trikes now come without boxes of their own. The boxes are separate and they get packed in distribution centers with the intent of being delivered to a pickup point for an electric … [continued]

AN.T. CARGO:4, image courtesy of AN.T. GmbH

This Heavy Duty E-Cargo Bike Has 2 Cubic Meters Of Payload Space & Can Haul…

Electric cargo bikes are evolving and improving rapidly these days, especially on the commercial and fleet side of things, where increased payload volume and carrying capacity are key, as well as stability, safety, and dependability for daily use. Many of these new ‘professional’ e-cargo bike platforms are coming out of … [continued]

Midjourney generated image of thumb on the scale

Transportation Research Group Requires Green Hydrogen Subsidy & Cheaper Electricity For Only More Expensive Trucking

Three weeks ago, the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) published a total cost of ownership report (TCO) for freight trucking decarbonization alternatives. It was immediately obvious to anyone involved in the space that something was deeply wrong. There are three extraordinary claims in the study. The first claim is … [continued]