“By bringing together several of our operations at a single site in Gothenburg, we will cause less impact on the environment and be better equipped to apply our combined expertise to deliver even better services to our customers”
Tone Wille, Bring’s CEO (press release)
Three operations were to become one. That was the plan for Bring’s logistics centre in Mölnlycke, to the south east of Gothenburg. The terminal was brought into operation on 31 January 2018 and includes, among other things, cold storage logistics for package and pallet collection, home deliveries and high-bay warehousing.
Room for 100 employees
The entire terminal is 15,000 square meters and 11,500 of these consist of production space, while the remaining 3,500 square metres are allocated for office space.
Reduced CO2 consumption
In total, Bring expects to be able to reduce its energy consumption by 50 percent, that is, to half of its previous consumption. This is expected to entail the company reducing its carbon dioxide emissions by 52 tonnes annually – the company states that this is one step in achieving an ambitious sustainability target it has set for itself for 2025. Among other measures, this is achieved through photovoltaic panels on the roof and charging stations for electric cars at the site.