ECO Stars founder member Clipper Logistics was on hand last week (21 February) to mark the fifth anniversary of the emissions scheme. ECO Stars launched in South Yorkshire in 2009 in a bid to tackle road transport’s contribution to air-quality issues in the region. Now in operation at 11 UK locations, as well as six regions in mainland Europe, ECO Stars has 300 members and around 20,000 vehicles signed up. ECO Stars manager Ann Beddoes said: “What started as a […]
Clipper Logistics Group has opened a new shared-user DC in Essex, which it hopes will improve service for retail customers in London and the South East.
The government has given Birmingham City Council the green light to roll out a charging clean air zone (CAZ) and approved £38m of mitigation funding.
The European Parliament has approved the first ever EU regulation governing CO2 emissions for trucks, which will force manufacturers to slash emissions by nearly a third no later than 2030.