Van and truck fleets are having to rethink last-mile delivery strategies as cities shift their priorities
A new electric cargo bike range – the Raleigh E-Cargo – will be available in the UK and Ireland from September.
Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV) has launched its second eCargo bike, the 2Cubed, which has a larger payload and incorporates a separate chassis-cab unit.
The Energy Saving Trust says that the deadline for applications for councils to apply for e-cargo funding has been extended until March 27.
Electric Assisted Vehicles has revealed a new chassis cab version of its eCargo bike, called the EAVcab.
Electric Assisted Vehicles Limited (EAV) has revealed a fully temperature-controlled last-mile delivery e-cargo bike - the EAVcool Cargo.
Posten Norge, the Norwegian postal service, order medium and long wheelbase EAVans for Scandinavian operations
Electric Assisted Vehicles (EAV) has launched the EAVan, a vehicle it claims will solve the issues of urban congestion and pollution.