Van and truck fleets are having to rethink last-mile delivery strategies as cities shift their priorities
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.
DHL Parcel has taken delivery of 14 new electric vans in London as it targets zero logistics-related carbon emissions by 2050.
The 10 new Renault ZE Masters vans mark the first stage in DHL's plan to operate 400 electric vehicles in its UK-wide fleet by 2025.
Volvo send 700 new vehicles to DHL.
Faurecia is to test real-time emissions monitoring in a fleet of DHL commercial vehicles in Singapore.
Solar panels are one of three zero emissions initiatives being explored by mail and logistics business.
New technologies and solutions are developing at a fast-pace and disrupting industries on multiple fronts, with supply chains struggling to keep up, a report from DHL suggests.
DHL Group and Ford presented the first of their jointly produced electric delivery vans, or ‘e-van’, today in Cologne, Germany.
DHL Supply Chain has been recognised for its leadership in workplace gender equality by being named in The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2017.
The International Rugby Board (IRB) has announced that DHL will be official logistics partner of Rugby World Cup 2015.
DHL Supply Chain has launched the SmartPOD app, which provides DHL’s drivers and third party hauliers with a means of capturing real time data and electronic proof of delivery (POD) information.