DFDS has launched a climate action plan which will require third-party haulier trucks to cut their fleets emissions. The move is part of the ferry operator’s plans to cut its carbon emissions by up to 35% over the next 10 years as part of wider plans to become carbon neutral by 2050. Other goals include cutting emissions from its own fleet of trucks and its port equipment and, wherever possible, the introduction of electric trucks. DFDS’ ferry and logistics network […]
London river, road and rail freight solutions provider Walsh has signed a 20-year agreement with the Port of Tilbury to help meet the capital’s demand for construction materials to be delivered sustainably.
Sheffield City Council has revealed plans for a clean air zone (CAZ), which will see non Euro-6 HGVs paying a £50 daily charge to access its inner ring road while cars go free.
Avonmouth has become the venue for the world’s largest biomethane refuelling station, capable of refuelling up to 80 HGVs an hour.