DHL enters multi-year collaboration with MotoE™

Both companies unite to advocate for sustainability and electric mobility as DHL also extends its partnership with MotoGP™ as Official Logistics Partner

DHL, the world’s leading logistics company, enters a multi-year partnership with the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Championship, a pioneering motorsports electric series racing in the MotoGP™ paddock, in 2024. In this partnership, DHL and MotoE™ join forces to champion sustainability, with a focus on advancing e-mobility. The 2024 season commences this weekend in Portugal for the first of eight race weekends across Europe, featuring a total of 16 show-stopping races. The iconic DHL yellow and red logo will be prominently displayed around the track.

“As we embark on this exciting journey with MotoE, we’re thrilled to showcase our commitment to sustainability and innovation. The partnership underscores DHL’s dedication to advancing e-mobility while delivering excellence on and off the track,” says Elliott Santon, Head of Global Sponsorships at DHL Express.

Alongside the partnership with MotoE, DHL is reaffirming its ongoing multi-year commitment to MotoGP™ as the Official Logistics Partner, a role it has held since 2015. Through this, DHL will persist in its mission to transport bikes and equipment worldwide for the world’s premier motorcycle racing competition.

"We're very happy that DHL is expanding its partnership in motorcycle racing, including MotoE alongside MotoGP," says Marc Saurina, Head of Global Commercial Partnerships at Dorna Sports. "The MotoGP paddock is a racing laboratory with a deep commitment to sustainable innovation, and MotoE is a vital part of our mission to have a positive impact on global sustainability goals. The partnership with DHL is key to continued success.”

DHL's extensive motorsports experience spans over four decades, marked by active engagement and notable partnerships, including Formula 1®, Formula E, and the WEC. DHL is affiliated with the DHL Group, which has set a sustainability target of achieving Net-Zero emissions by 2050. To achieve this goal, the DHL Group plans to invest 7 billion euros by 2030 to facilitate clean and climate-neutral logistics, which includes electrifying 60% of their last-mile fleet.