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Challenge / Goal

Construction materials make up 30-40 % of goods moved around modern cities. A centralised logistics depot in Stockholm will help cut emissions associated with these journeys drastically, allowing materials to be moved in the most efficient way possible. Using hybrid-electric and ethanol fuelled vehicles will also help reduce emissions.


The Construction Consolidation Centre is a logistical set-up to improve the conditions for construction projects such as new developments or refurbishments. By planning the material flow and steering inbound deliveries to the Consolidation Centre, it is possible to increase the efficiency of the building process. Possible savings are measured in reduced time, as well as damage to material during deliveries and handling, and waste. Most of the inbound deliveries are directed to the Consolidation Centre instead of the Construction site allowing for better control of the inbound material. It will still be necessary, however, for some deliveries to go straight to the site.

The Construction site will order material from the Consolidation Centre, when needed, at a specific time and location at the site. This means that very little material will be stored on site. Small direct deliveries are avoided and instead grouped as larger deliveries.The truck doing the delivery of building materials will bring waste from the refurbishment sites back to the Consolidation Centre.The same truck will be handling both new materials and waste, further reducing traffic to and from the site. Deliveries between the Consolidation Centre and the two refurbishment sites in Valla Torg and Slakthusområdet in Stockholm are made with alternative fuelled vehicles.


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    Main benefits

  • Reducing operation costs

  • Reducing local air pollution

  • Reducing use of fossils

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