Aberdeen City Council is reducing the carbon footprint of its fleet with the introduction of a new hydrogen dual-fuel road sweeper.
Continental’s CV boss Gilles Mabire calls for a trade-off between green goals and trucking sustainability.
Kuehne+Nagel has put eight Volvo FH Globetrotter LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) tractor units into 24/7 operation on two major contracts with Whitbread and Costa.
HJS Emission Technology have developed retrofit exhaust systems, enabling the owners and operators of certain Euro V vans to upgrade to Euro VI emission standards.
The Cross River Partnership (CRP) has outlined initiatives and recommendations for local authorities to support the uptake of cargo bikes in order to support a ‘green recovery’ as the country emerges from lockdown.
Roger Bullivant (RB) has announced its reduced dangerous driving and vehicle idling and increased miles per gallon (MPG) with the adoption of Lightfoot technology.
Mitie has launched its Plan Zero commitment, pledging that it will reach net zero carbon emissions by 2025.
The FTA has published its 2019 Logistics Emissions Review, which includes the latest results of the Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme (LERS).
Eco Stars' fleet recognition scheme expands to Wales.
The move has been made with the intent to reduce the company’s carbon footprint, fuel use and claims incidence.
Bibby Distribution has reduced its net carbon emissions by 10% over the last five years through safe driving, fleet investment and energy efficient warehouses.
Based in Thetford, Norfolk, the Dutch-owned company expects to be purchasing some 40-plus chassis per year from East Anglia Dealer Orwell Truck & Van.
By Keith Winterflood director of logistics at Wilson James
Truck makers will have to cut CO2 emissions by 30% for new vehicles by 2030, and by 15% come 2025.
More than half of the vehicles currently operating in Clean Air Zones (CAZ) are not compliant with the new Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) standards and face fines of up to £400 per day.
Three vehicle retrofit suppliers have been awarded almost £1m in Government funding to support the accreditation of new pollution-cutting technology.
Faurecia is to test real-time emissions monitoring in a fleet of DHL commercial vehicles in Singapore.
Volvo Group has set aside £615.8 million to cover costs to address a faulty emissions control component which the degradation of could cause engines to exceed NOx emissions limits.
Refuse trucks in Westminster are to be fitted with technology which cut nitrogen dioxide emissions by 99% during a recent trial.
The Volvo Group has detected that an emissions control component used in certain markets is degrading more quickly than expected.