Its Maxus e Deliver 3 all-electric vans help to fulfil IKEA's last-mile parcel deliveries from IKEA's Alexandra store.
Cycle & Carriage launches green delivery scheme The Maxus e Deliver 3 promises more efficient parcel deliveries while saving the environment. PHOTO: Cycle & Carriage

Cycle & Carriage made a significant step towards sustainability with the successful launch of a pilot project with GOGOX, one of the largest logistics platforms in Asia. Its aim is to achieve zero-emission deliveries for IKEA Singapore.

For this collaboration, the automotive distributor tapped on its network of drivers and two state-of-the-art Maxus e Deliver 3 electric vans to fulfil IKEA's last-mile parcel deliveries from its Alexandra store. These deliveries were met by tapping into the GOGOX logistics platform.

Cycle & Carriage is committed to supporting Singapore's transition to clean energy and building relationships with customers who aspire for the same. At the forefront of its electrification strategy is a mission to support the nation's drive towards a more sustainable future, starting with its Maxus electric van.

The Maxus e Deliver 3 electric van is the company's first foray into the electric commercial vehicle category in Singapore. Launched in March 2021, the vehicle is built from the ground up as an all-electric commercial vehicle.

Capable of travelling up to 240km on a single charge and charging from zero to 80% in just 45 minutes, the Maxus e Deliver 3 promises to make IKEA parcel deliveries via GOGOX more efficiently, while saving the environment. The van boasts zero tailpipe emissions, and even with the electricity consumed to charge the vehicle, the overall 'well to wheel' emissions are reduced by an impressive 41%.