The Swedish furniture manufacturer has announced ambitious goals for their sustainability strategy for 2030. The goal is to electrify 25% of deliveries by 2020, and to completely electrify the delivery fleet by 2025.
The company is also searching for solutions to decrease emissions from the personal vehicles of customers and employees. The deliveries alone make for 25% of the emissions produced by the company, making for a serious dent in their ecological footprint.
That the company is serious about changing their climate impact was further underlined by the move to join the e-mobility initiative EV100 last September. A few days later, Ikea followed up with the announcement to electrify their entire vehicle fleet. In France, an electric car sharing platform was also set up, furthering Ikea’s service line-up.
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