Almost 4 in 5 members of the van community (78%), say the work they are doing is contributing to keeping members of the public safe, according to the latest Business Barometer research from Mercedes-Benz Vans UK.
Paul Gatti, fleet director at Royal Mail, explains how he and his team have adapted to support operations and keep staff safe. As told to Sarah Tooze.
Mediafleet has won a contract to brand 190 new Royal Mail electric vans.
Royal Mail Group – a member of Optimise Prime, the world’s largest electric vehicle project - has signed a deal with EDF to deliver EV infrastructure.
But concerns remain about how the sector will cope if EU drivers not welcome post-Brexit.
Royal Mail is to triple the size of its electric van fleet with the addition of 190 new models by the end of the year.
The real-world implications of operating low and zero emission vehicles are challenging, says the lead engineer at the UK’s largest commercial vehicle fleet.
Fleet operators will get a chance to inspect Arrivals 7.5 tonne electric van, intended for Royal Mail trials.
By Chris Sykes, national sales manager Moneybarn
National Windscreens has been appointed by Royal Mail as sole supplier for its windscreen repair, replacement and ADAS calibration requirements.
Matt de Prez explores if there are cheaper, quicker and clearner alternatives to trunking with the help of industry experts.
Vodafone has been awarded the commercial fleet of the year for business services at the Commercial Fleet Awards 2017.
Royal Mail has been recognised as the Commercial Fleet Awards 2017 delivery operator of the year.
Royal Mail is to trial nine electric-powered commercial vehicles in partnership with Arrival.
Royal Mail will purchase 100 electric Peugeot Partner vans, to be used by postmen and women on their delivery rounds.
The workshops, staffed by more than 1,000 vehicle technicians, will offer service, maintenance and repair across a range of vehicle types and plant items.
Royal Mail is opening its workshops to offer service, maintenance and repair (SMR) solutions.
Royal Mail has joined the Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme (LCRS) to demonstrate its commitment to reducing carbon from road freight.