May 10, 2024
  • NACEX has achieved this recognition for its efforts to reduce the impact of its activity on the environment through the transformation of its fleet, the optimisation of the last mile, and the eco-design of its packaging. 

NACEX, Logista’s express parcel and document delivery company, has received the "Special Strategy Award" at the 4 th International Mobility Awards in recognition of the company's strategy to reduce emissions through fleet transformation, last mile optimisation and packaging eco-design.


The International Mobility Awards, organised by “Empresas por la Movilidad Sostenible” (Companies for Sustainable Mobility) with the support of the Ministry of Transport and Sustainable Mobility, the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, the CONAMA Foundation, and the Royal Academy of Engineering, seek to honour good practices and initiatives in mobility, both the public and private sector, to highlight success stories, and promote solutions that generate positive impacts in the short, medium, and long term.


Accordingly, NACEX has been working for years to combine service excellence and sustainability through initiatives aimed at reducing the impact of its activity on the environment. An example of this is its ECO Mobility aid programme, designed to facilitate the acquisition of more sustainable vehicles and recharging points for its Network.


NACEX is also committed to providing its customers with a convenient, flexible, and sustainable alternative to home deliveries and collections. This alternative is, which currently has more than 3,500 convenience points strategically located and with a wide range of opening hours, even at weekends.


The third pillar of NACEX's strategy is to integrate eco-design and circularity practices into its packaging in order to reduce the use of plastic and increase its recyclability and recovery.


The IV International Mobility Awards gala was held yesterday, the 8th of May, in Madrid. Manuel Orihuela, General Director of NACEX, was in charge of collecting the award, presented by José Antonio Santano, Secretary of State for Transport and Sustainable Mobility. Manuel emphasised that: "At NACEX we know that focusing on customer satisfaction is not incompatible with taking care of our environment, on the contrary. That is why we integrate sustainability into our business strategy. Recognition like this shows us that we are on the right track and motivates us to go further".


The jury, made up of leading experts, selected the 13 winners of the fourth edition from more than 100 initiatives. The awards gala brought together institutional representatives, the jury, award winners, and members of the Business for Sustainable Mobility platform. Among those attending were José Antonio Santano, Secretary of State for Transport and Sustainable Mobility; Hugo Morán, Secretary of State for the Environment; Sara Aagesen, Secretary of State for Energy; Pere Navarro, Director of the DGT; and Susana Gómez, Deputy Assistant Director of Vehicles at the DGT.


Innovation in mobility was the common denominator of the award-winning projects. In this sense, school transport, last mile, bicycle and electric mobility, public transport, intermodality, and mobility to work were the main focus. All of them with impactful and reproducible proposals.


About NACEX -

NACEX, which offers a wide range of services, is part of Logista, the leading distributor of products and services to local businesses in Southern Europe. NACEX has a fleet of over 2,500 vehicles and more than 4,000 collaborators, as well as a network of 33 hubs, over 300 franchises in Spain, Portugal, and Andorra, and more than 3,500 points in Spain and Portugal.


About Logista -

Logista is one of the largest logistics operators in Europe and specialises in distribution to proximity channels. It regularly provides a service to over 200,000 points of sale in Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, Benelux, and Poland, and facilitates the best and fastest access to the market for a wide range of convenience, electronic top-up, pharmaceutical, book, publication, tobacco, and lottery products, among others. It also stands out for being the largest transport network in Spain, which is also certified in food safety. Logista has a team of highly qualified professionals, made up of 7,000 direct employees and 15,000 collaborators, focussed on providing service to their clients in the most efficient way and adapting to their needs.