For a sustainable city
where life is good
For a sustainable city
where life is good
For a sustainable city
where life is good
delivery differently
with Incitis

With the increase in urban population and economic activity, the delivery of goods is facing major challenges*, both in terms of logistics and space sharing between the various road users, and in terms of respect for the environment.

"With Incitis, we are offering solutions to declutter urban space and improve the safety and working conditions of delivery drivers, but also the quality of life in urban areas.

We relied on our experience in the transport of goods and on the support of our partners to develop a solution at the service of a more sustainable society.”

Eric Poyeton, founder of Incitis and Chairman of the Board

With the truck developped by Incitis, deliveries are made at street level. Fast and pooled, they are carried out in complete safety for delivery drivers and other road users. They are also quiet and free of local emissions by relying on electromobility.

Incitis, it's a team driven by the same values and the same desire to improve the quality of life of citizens and the working conditions of urban delivery players to respond to a large-scale challenge at the global level.

66% of the world's population will live in urban areas by 2050 (UN report)

5 million tons of goods travel 20 km every day in a city like Paris ("The Future of Road Freight Transport" 2018)

Conurbations deploy low-emission zones and gradually ban the most polluting vehicles

Europe imposes to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 55% in 2030 (compared to 1990) and to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 (European climate law / Fit for 55)

The space dedicated to road transport in cities is shrinking, the delivery areas are insufficient and not very usable and the delivery conditions generate safety risks for the deliverers and those who are nearby.