UK freight operators interested in alternative fuels and retrofit technology to reduce fleet emissions are invited to a free-to-attend LoCITY event on 20 March. The event is the largest in a series of four roadshows, provided by TfL, which will bring together operators, vehicle manufacturers and technology experts to explore market-ready alternatives to using diesel in commercial vehicle fleets. Electric, gas, hydrogen, biodiesel and KERS technology will all be explored at the event, as well as giving operators the chance […]
DHL Supply Chain has won a ten-year contract with Gatwick Airport to manage inbound deliveries through its new logistics and consolidation facility.
The Microlise Transport Conference programme has been finalised, with an environment-focused panel set to debate key environmental issues, including recent stringent EU CO2 reduction targets for heavy vehicles and the clean air and low emission zones coming in to operation across the UK.
Road transport can be decarbonised but only if the government and industry work together, claims report
A ban on the sale of new diesel-powered HGVs by 2040 in order to “decarbonise freight” is practicable if the government and industry work together on alternatives, a new report claims.