Sefton Council has launched an ECO Stars scheme to reduce the environmental impact of freight vehicles using Liverpool Superport. The ECO Stars scheme is a free, voluntary initiative that provides operators with guidance on how to run their fleets efficiently and reduce fuel consumption and emissions. Hauliers are rated between 1 and 5 for fleet performance when joining the scheme, with personalised information provided on how to improve efficiency. Speaking at the launch event at Crosby Lakeside Centre on 14 […]
ECO Stars founder member Clipper Logistics was on hand last week (21 February) to mark the fifth anniversary of the emissions scheme.
Farrall’s Transport has invested £3.5m in a new 81,000ft² food grade facility in Deeside to tap into a predicted boost in port-centric logistics from the opening of the Liverpool SuperPort next year.
ECO Stars has launched a new website to help operators understand the environmental and financial benefits they could gain from learning how to improve fleet efficiency and lower fuel usage.