A new fleet of liquefied natural gas (LNG) lorries from Imperial is helping to drive sustainable logistics at the Mini factory in Oxford.
ABB and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have struck a deal to develop a cloud-based digital solution for the real-time fleet management of electric vehicles (EVs).
Switching HGVs to gas fuels, including biomethane, bio-compressed natural gas (CNG), and hydrogen, could cut greenhouse gas emissions by up to 38% by 2030.
A new approval scheme for renewable fuels has been launched by the Zemo Partnership (formerly the Low CVP).
The Government’s decision to cut the plug-in grant is a “retrograde” step and could delay fleet electrification, according to Harris Maxus.
The Government has been criticised for cutting the plug-in van and truck grants just as commercial operators begin deploying electric vehicles (EVs).
Zemo Partnership has published an updated Clean Vehicle Retrofit Technology Guide to coincide with the launch of Bath’s clean air zone (CAZ).
The London Borough of Waltham Forest unveils new fleet of electric vehicles.
DHL Freight and Volvo Trucks have joined forces to launch the first pilot tests of a fully electric Volvo FH truck with gross combination weights up to 60 tonnes.
Courier company Absolutely has launched its Eco Hub, a new zero emission focused courier depot in Holborn, London.
Mitie has launched a zero-emission gritting service for commercial use, using an electric gritter and sustainable white marine salt.
DHL Parcel has taken delivery of 14 new electric vans in London as it targets zero logistics-related carbon emissions by 2050.
A last mile logistics hub, which will result in 23,000 fewer vehicle journeys in central London each year, has been given the green light by council planners.
‘Get started now,’ says Vanarama strategy chief as ban is ‘just two replacement cycles away’
Selwood has expanded its DAF multi-axle rigid fleet with the delivery of six new Daf CFs.
Gist has begun trialling hydraulic-driven Ecogen generators on its fleet to improve air quality by reducing fuel consumption as well as CO2 and Nox.
Europe’s truck manufacturers have concluded that by 2040 all new trucks sold need to be fossil free in order to reach net zero by 2050.