The company, owned by Enagás, is already the first sustainable eco-operator of last mile in Spain. A group of professionals from Enagás, minority shareholders of Gas2Move, visited on July 9 the headquarters that the startup has in the Madrid city of Valdemoro. The company, which has been part of the Enagás Emprende acceleration program because it was the winner of the 2nd edition of Ingenia Business, has a space of 12,000 square meters, which is intended to house more than 40 gas-propelled vehicles to provide a service of parcel delivery in Madrid. The co-founder and CEO of Gas2Move, Javier Ballesteros, presented the facilities to the attendees and explained how the day-to-day business is as a last mile sustainable operator (home delivery of online purchases) with a fleet of 147 vehicles in 12 cities Spanish; He also noted that, so far this year, this eco-friendly delivery service has generated a reduction in CO2 emissions of approximately 20 tons. The company, which has more than 150 employees among the drivers and staff of the different Gas2Move locations, expects to close the year with revenues amounting to 5.8 million euros. The three major logistics operators in Spain (Correos Express, DHL and Seur) are some of its main customers, with a distribution that exceeds 40,000 deliveries per week. Corporate Crowdfunding, an innovative idea 74 Enagás employees are minority shareholders of Gas2Move thanks to a pioneering operation in Europe. The professionals could become promoter partners contributing capital to this sustainable eco transport company through crowdfunding. This initiative was recognized by the Actualidad Económica Magazine as one of the 100 best ideas of the year.
18 de July