Van and truck fleets are having to rethink last-mile delivery strategies as cities shift their priorities
UPS will take part in a smart electric vehicle (EV) charging project, in collaboration with UK Power Networks, Moixa, Cross River partnership and Innovate UK.
By Gary Brooks, CMO at Syncron
Geofenced 7.5-tonners use electric in city and diesel on the motorway for maximum efficiency.
10 range-extended electric vehicles (REEVs) have entered UPS’s delivery fleet in its Tamworth depot and an additional five in Southampton.
UPS has applied for certification to begin drone deliveries in America.
UPS has begun a partnership with Arrival to develop and trial a fleet of 35 custom-made electric delivery vehicles.
Technology overcomes challenge of simultaneously recharging an entire fleet of EVs, without the need for the expensive upgrade to the power supply grid.
UPS has placed a reservation for 125 Tesla fully-electric truck to join its extensive alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicle fleet.
UK Power Networks and logistics company UPS are set to increase the number of electric vehicles operating from one of central London’s biggest depots by almost 50%.
UPS has announced agreements for up to 46 million gallons of renewable fuels over the next three years.