Dropless begins fleet cleaning partnership with DPD

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Eco-friendly car wash company Dropless.co.uk has been appointed by parcel delivery company DPD to ensure the fleet vehicles at its all-electric Westminster, London, parcel depot remain spotless.

Dropless uses electric mopeds and electric bikes to get to its clients’ vehicles and offers a water-free vehicle cleaning service, saving up to 300 liters of water for every vehicle washed. Its innovative water-free cleaning solution also prevents any run-off wastewater, helping to preserve the local environment.

Christian Duncan, Dropless co-founder and CEO, said, “Dropless is very proud to partner with DPD and help its Westminster depot enhance its eco-friendly credentials even further. Almost every aspect of Dropless is guided by our commitment to the environment, so it’s great to be able to partner with an organization like DPD that shares our values. Hopefully this partnership will lead to more organizations setting an objective of zero-emission supply chains when it comes to managing their fleets.”

Mark Wilkes, director of technical services at DPD, said, “DPD has led the way in terms of investment in electronic vehicles and our Westminster depot is a groundbreaking initiative. Our wider aim is to be the most responsible city center delivery company and that includes looking at our supply chain for innovative and eco-friendly solutions.

“Our electric vehicles are really eye-catching and have been making heads turn in the capital, so it is important that they always look great. But they also need to be out on the road all day. Dropless offers us a smart, fast and accountable solution that keeps our vehicles working hard and looking fantastic.”

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