Green energy logistics

In today’s consumer environment where the world’s population is increasingly relying on changing technology, Gaash Worldwide has recognized the need to provide the technological solutions for green logistics.

For this reason, Gaash relies on the most advanced software and technology systems available and invests considerable resources in green innovation, such as avoiding the use of disposable tools and using LED lamps throughout all its branches (David Ben Gurion Airport, Ashdod, Haifa and Yehud);

Additionally, Gaash uses reusable operation bags and recycles the cartons in which the packages arrive.


In today’s world, the trade and eCommerce sector continuously grows, boosting parcel shipping volumes; this growth, combined with a shift towards renewable or green energy sources (solar, wind, etc. ), support the development of electric mobility and logistics facility solutions that help industries become more environmentally friendly.


Solar energy in the world is booming.

As global trade sales continue to rise, so does the amount of cargo shipments on the online channel.

Due to tolls in the city center and car bans, environmentally friendly means of transportation are becoming increasingly popular.

In some European countries, cargo bikes already handle up to 60% of shipping routes in the inner city.

Ecological facilities result from the improvement of the ecological footprint through new means and adjustments, such as switching to hydroelectric sources or advanced solar panels with high-frequency battery chargers.

Green warehouses also use smart electrical systems with motion sensors to illuminate only areas in use, as well as charging forklifts during off-peak hours.


Developments Main Consequences The growing shift towards sustainability is driven primarily by consumer demand and by regulations requiring companies to reduce carbon emissions and production waste.

Governments also set ambitious goals. Germany, for example, has launched a campaign to put a million electric vehicles on the road – translating this awareness of logistics, renewable technologies will be leveraged for energy autonomy in the supply chain.

Extensive adoption will also soon pave the way for smart energy logistics services.

Green highways are paved while large trucks use environmentally friendly fuels to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and noise.

With increased battery life and faster battery charging technologies, electronic trucks are becoming an attractive option. Established automakers (Volvo, Navistar) as well as new market players (Tesla, Thor) are currently working on developing full hybrid and electric trucks over the next 5 to 10 years.

In the future, electronic roads equipped with overhead lines that transmit electrical energy to trucks are optional for charging in the field of road transport.


Gaash Worldwide continues to invest in the development of the technological aspect while maintaining a stable and permanent SLA, and a commitment to delivering the fastest service possible from the moment cargo arrives in the country until it reaches the customer.

In addition to providing the highest quality and fastest service, Gaash Worldwide has realized that the world’s leading retail companies want to ensure that their partners are committed to green energy logistics, so it has switched to hybrid company vehicles and gives preference to service providers who have installed solar panels on the roof to generate electricity, as a result of which it has gained top priority over other companies in the field.


Gaash Worldwide owns a large courier warehouse at the airport’s cargo terminal – David Ben-Gurion, which makes it the largest company in Israel that provides logistics solutions in the world of digital eCommerce, both in importing and exporting products to and from Israel.

As part of providing solutions in the supply chain of online commerce, Gaash provides air transportation to Israel, the process of releasing products from customs, and the last mile delivery.