As a trader, business owner, restaurant or café operator, or resident of Ghent do you think that more efficient and sustainable urban distribution can contribute to economic and eco-friendly quality of life? Encourage your supplier to visit the GentLevert website. There may well be options enabling you to organise deliveries to you and your customers in an alternative way.
No. At any time you can opt to deliver your goods yourself (or have them delivered) in the Ghent city centre - according to the rules of the new mobility plan, of course. But if you want less stress and if you're interested in looking at the options for serving your end customers more efficiently and with less disruption, then contact GentLevert's partners via the "Ask your question" page.
Great! Thank you for contributing to the more eco-friendly distribution of goods. You can definitely continue making deliveries in the city centre in line with the rules of the new mobility plan. Interested in working with GentLevert? That can only lead to greater efficiency. Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Read the Solutions page and you'll be convinced that the pilot projects run by GentLevert's partners already cover a lot of ground. Supply chain management is often about customised solutions, including additional services for goods (picking, packing, etc.) and delivery (storage, access in the case of absence, etc.). Feel free to contact GentLevert's partners via the Solutions page.
Read the Solutions page and you'll be convinced that the pilot projects run by GentLevert's partners already cover a lot of ground. What is definitely not yet covered is the delivery of building materials, complex deliveries with installation requirements and so on. So make sure to visit the News page regularly!