Environmentally friendly delivery

flaschenpost focuses on electromobility

Flexible, modular, efficient: the overall concept receives consensus

Delivering drinks and food in 120 minutes – that’s what flaschenpost is committed to. The online supermarket now offers its service in more than 200 cities throughout Germany.

Founded in 2016, the company has been extremely sustainable and efficient right from the start. It is now gradually equipping its delivery fleet at all locations with electric vehicles. Our task here: The development of a flexible, modular charging infrastructure at more than 30 warehouse locations – perfectly in line with customised site conditions.

“This means that we are setting up a total of around 700 charging points where flaschenpost vehicles can get their energy,” explained Ansgar Krägefsky, sales employee at our Wallenhorst site.

flaschenpost would like to electrify its delivery fleet at all warehouse locations.

The online supermarket aims to further reduce its ecological footprint by gradually converting its delivery fleet.

As here, from the Möchengladbach warehouse, customers are supplied even more sustainably.

Our charging concept is designed for maximum flexibility and takes all individual site conditions into account.

“The great flexibility and the consistent overall concept gained our nod the most during the collaboration,” said Stephan Zech, Head of Fleet Management at flaschenpost. “It was also important for us to have a provider offering nationwide support and coordinating with civil engineering in addition to electrical engineering.”

What was essential to flaschenpost was that the existing infrastructure at the locations could continue to be used optimally. “That’s why our concept is designed for maximum flexibility, so the charging technology can be easily adapted to different situations and can even be relocated,” said Krägefsky. The customer was accordingly pleased with the adherence to the tight timeline for project implementation.

All modules were specifically selected according to the needs of flaschenpost. From scalable power distribution and a flexible control centre system through to established and intelligent charging technology. “We are using the overall package in a particularly innovative way,” explained the mobility expert. This also includes the backend system for administration.

In addition to the exact allocation of vehicle data to the charging points, a connection to flaschenpost’s own route planning tool is also planned.

You can find more information on this topic in the transformation story of Automotive Agentur Niedersachsen


The great flexibility and the consistent overall concept gained our nod the most during the collaboration.

Stephan Zech, Head of Fleet Management, flaschenpost SE

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