Renault Trucks is ramping up its commitment to electro-mobility with a pledge to offer an all-electric model for the distribution sector, construction industry and longer-distance routes by 2023. The announcement supports the manufacturer’s ambition to ensure its fleet is carbon-neutral within 30 years, with a view to stopping the sale of fossil fuel vehicles by 2040. Renault Trucks already offers a range of all-electric vehicles from 3.1 tonnes to 26 tonnes, comprising the D ZE, D Wide ZE and the […]
DHL Supply Chain has begun operating what it describes as the first purpose-built fully electric 16-tonne vehicle in the UK.
An operator that received a £550 fine after his driver breached the London Lorry Control Scheme (LLCS) said the preferred route would have added 30 miles to his journey and increased carbon emissions.
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.