In urban areas, one increasingly encounters a new delivery concept from logistics service providers and retailers – the so-called Quick-Commerce. It promises the delivery of ordered goods within the shortest possible time. This is often accompanied by the use of so-called micro hubs, without which it would be difficult to implement the delivery promise. The use of Quick-Commerce and Micro-Hubs specifically addresses the problems of logistics in conurbations with future-oriented and low-emission solutions in order to relieve the burden on infrastructure and the environment.
This study offers an insight into the future of logistics in urban areas from the point of view of the traders and how they currently classify and evaluate the topic and will deal with it in the future.