Hermes is trialling Iveco’s CNG-fuelled 12-tonne Eurocargo as part of its commitment to operating an environmentally friendly fleet. The delivery company already runs 90 CNG tractor units and uses electric vans for some of its deliveries in UK cities, including London. If the trial is successful, Hermes said it could offer an alternative fuels vehicle option for all its journeys. Read more Hermes trials ‘pedestrian courier’ service to cut carbon emissions Hermes boosts gas-powered Iveco fleet to 90 lorries Hermes […]
Gloucestershire-based Howard Tenens is converting 35 of its LGVs into dual-fuel vehicles to reduce its carbon footprint.
John Lewis Partnership (JLP) has commissioned four new “revolutionary” electric delivery vans to be manufactured and trialled early next year.
The use of hydrogen as a fuel for trucks is being trialled in the Netherlands, with a 27-tonne rigid being operated in retail logistics.