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Center Parcs scales up food delivery services with new electric mopeds

New electric mopeds deployed by Center Parcs are enabling the hospitality giant to welcome back visitors while meeting new health and safety protocols and its zero-emission targets.

To help ensure added safety and social distancing, Center Parcs is significantly scaling up food delivery service to lodges, supported by the new mopeds

To ensure its guests can still enjoy dining and food with added safety and social distancing, Center Parcs is significantly scaling up food delivery service to lodges with the help of the 60 new liveried mopeds.

The mopeds also aid Center Parcs’ ongoing work on its target of zero emissions and have been supplied through fleet management specialist CLM, which supported Center Parcs throughout the process, from specifying and sourcing the mopeds, through to organising driver training.

Andy Short, commercial director at CLM, commented: “We have had a close relationship with Center Parcs, managing its fleet since 2007 and have always worked closely together on developing and refining the fleet policy.

“The business has always had a range of different vehicle types to keep the operation running smoothly and help serve its guests, from minibuses, vans, pick-ups to emergency medical vehicles.

“With Center Parcs’ target to achieve zero emissions from its fleet, we were delighted to be able to source the 60 electric mopeds needed. A great example of how the team at CLM is adaptable and works to find a bespoke solution.”

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has nearly 20 years of fleet journalism experience, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

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