Optimised urban logistics with LogiCYCLE

Project Description

  • Innovation
  • 1 January 2023
  • 31 December 2023
  • PowerHUB
  • €902,440

Since COVID-19 the volume of delivered and returned goods has been growing, leading to increased emissions and congestion in cities. The LogiCYCLE project aims to create delivery ecosystems in city centers and low emissions zones which include not only first-mile or last-mile delivery, but also reverse logistics for commercial product returns.

The project optimises courier services and trips to reduce CO2 emissions through the use of local micro depots, as well as upgrading IT algorithms and designing logistics systems for more effective delivery and drop off.

LogiCYCLE aims to reduce pollution, congestion, and delivery time while optimising omnichannel strategies. Additionally, the project seeks to reduce the time associated with non-productive processes by up to 70% and increase efficiency by up to 30%. LogiCYCLE’s main benefits for cities and citizens are more effective local delivery, the reduce of CO2 emissions, and the support of Low Emission Zones.


LogiCYCLE addresses the increased urban congestion and pollution as a result of urban logistics through implementing smart and clean city logistics.

Main Objective

LogiCYCLE aims to reduce pollution and congestion in cities while optimising delivery times and routes for more effective sustainable urban logistics.


The project will result in an improved information technology platform for reverse logistics and smart fulfilment.



Project lead

Ondřej Mirovský