The first UK trial of wireless charging technology for light commercial vans will launch in Edinburgh next spring. Heriot-Watt University, Flexible Power Systems (FPS) and City of Edinburgh Council have been awarded funding worth £1.6m for the project, which has potential to accelerate commercial fleet electrification across the UK. Wireless charging allows electric vehicles (EVs) to recharge while parked on charging pads instead of using cables that need to be manually plugged in by a driver. The project will get […]
The government has published details about how the arrangements for the UK’s borders with the EU will work from January and actions that hauliers need to take.
Three Tyneside councils are to vote this month on clean air zone (CAZ) proposals that will see older HGVs and vans pay a daily charge to enter Newcastle city centre.
Cardiff haulier Rhys Davies suffered a 50% fall in revenue with losses mounting to £3.5m in the year after it was bought by Cathay Investments, motortransport.co.uk has learnt.