In today’s green market, the creation of sustainable logistics seems to become an increasingly ambitious and complex challenge. What can be the advantages of using green technologies? These new technologies offer innumerable benefits, both environmental and economic, in order to minimize the environmental and social impact of all the activities of logistic competence, from the storage of the goods to the fulfillment of the orders and the transport, while maintaining the same quality standards at an affordable cost. An interesting new tool that seems to combine both green and operational advantages are the carts with lithium-ion batteries: they constitute a resource in the field of green logistics, as this type of batteries do not emit fumes. Using lithium-ion carts means saving 36% on electricity usage and minimising CO2. emissions. If the lead acid batteries were replaced by this new type of battery, It will be able think about the creation of distributed charging points, taking advantage of the possibility of making intermediate recharges in normal breaks and optimizing the time. The higher energy concentration would allow the design of smaller and more efficient trolleys. This new solution could, therefore, carry to deep transformations in the planning of the warehouses and in the formulation of the activities of handling. Certainly to date, the criticalities detected are linked to a still limited knowledge of the benefits obtainable and the introduction of the new technology to be managed together with the existing one.