Tevva Motors will head to Freight in the City Expo next week to demonstrate how its range-extended 7.5-tonne to 14-tonne trucks offer a viable alternative to OEM electric offerings. The Chelmsford, Essex-based technology firm wants to set itself apart from the pure electric battery-powered trucks emerging from mainstream commercial vehicle manufacturers. It claims its range-extended technology offers operators a range of benefits over pure electric trucks, which need to accommodate a larger battery than its own. These include additional payload, […]
TfL will hold its third and final public consultation for its Direct Vision Standard (DVS) in January 2019.
2020 may be the year when battery electric vehicles come of age and what have been until now largely prototypes start to become mainstream, according to speakers at the 2019 Freight in the City Expo (FiTC) at London’s Alexandra Palace yesterday (6 November).
With only a fortnight to go until the inaugural Freight in the City Expo at London’s Alexandra Palace, we’d like to hear from freight operators about the key challenges when delivering goods into urban environments.