Repsol builds charging points for Spanish DPD subsidiary


In Spain, parcel delivery company SEUR, part of the DPD Group, is partnering with oil company Repsol to install and operate more than 150 charging points for electric vehicles at 55 branches nationwide.

SEUR plans to integrate 3,000 electric vehicles into its fleet by 2030. As an interim step, the parcel delivery company aims to make deliveries with low-emission vehicles in 64 Spanish cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants by 2025. The exact value of the order to Repsol is not mentioned in the press release.

Neither did the companies provide further details on the charging points, but a photo published alongside the announcement shows AC charging columns with a permanently attached Type 2 cable. However, the exact charging capacity and distribution among the 55 SEUR branches are not known. The vehicles with SEUR lettering in the photo are the Maxus eDeliver 3 and the Ford E-Transit.

For Carlos Bermúdez, manager of electric mobility at Repsol, “this agreement with SEUR, one of the most important transport companies in this country, reinforces our commitment to electric mobility and helps us continue developing a large recharging network for electric vehicles in Spain.”

“At SEUR, we strive every day to offer increasingly sustainable deliveries,” says Itxaso Larrañaga, director of people and sustainability at the DPD subsidiary. ” Therefore, this agreement allows us to consolidate our position as the international benchmark in sustainable delivery.”, (in Spanish)


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