Bravida initiates GreenHub, marking the start of fossil-free deliveries in eight major Nordic cities

Today sees the start of Bravida's GreenHub concept in eight major Nordic cities, delivering servicing centrally by electric bike, electric moped and on foot. This makes for faster servicing and is entirely free from fossil fuels.

Press release

In June 2021, Bravida announced its new GreenHub initiative, which begins today, 1 September, in eight locations in major cities across the Nordic region.

GreenHub’s central locations, in the heart of these cities, mean servicing can now be delivered by electric bike, electric moped or on foot, instead of by car and van. GreenHub both reduces emissions and makes for more efficient delivery by avoiding traffic jams and any congestion charges, and by not having to find a parking space.

"I am incredibly proud that the GreenHub project is now live and we can finally start delivering efficient, fossil-free servicing to our customers across the Nordic region. I would also like to thank everyone who has made this project possible. This is a big step in the right direction of becoming an even more sustainable company," said Mattias Johansson, Bravida CEO and Group President.

Bravida's main focus is servicing properties and making them more energy efficient using sustainable end-to-end solutions that make a difference for the environment, society and the climate. The choice of transport to and from customers plays a key role in efforts to achieve a sustainable future. Bravida’s goal is to contribute in every way possible towards achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals for 2030.

GreenHub is now available from 1 September in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Aarhus, Helsinki, Oslo City, Oslo Lysaker, Bergen, Trondheim and Kristiansand.

For further information, please contact: 
Liselotte Stray, act. Head of Group Communications
+46 (0)76 852 38 11