Retrofit kits are unlikely to meet the needs of the majority of hauliers facing the rapid advance of emission controls across the UK’s towns and cities, delegates at today’s (6 November) Freight in the City Expo were told. Speaking during session one of the seminar programme, emission control, Natalie Chapman, head of urban policy at the FTA, said that talks with firms working to accredit retrofit systems for Euro-4 and Euro-5 HGVs indicated operators faced a £15,000 to £20,000 bill […]
Tideway, the organisation behind London’s ‘super sewer’ project, believes high direct vision truck cabs will become the norm across the construction sector.
A recent Motor Transport roundtable debate sponsored by Fraikin looked at what will a zero-emissions truck look like as we start off down the ‘Road to zero’.
The indoor exhibition area at next week’s Quiet Cities global summit will feature examples of a wide range of products that enable urban and out-of-hours deliveries to be made.