Daimler Trucks said its hydrogen-powered fuel-cell HGV will be tested on public roads before the end of the year, with customer trials scheduled for 2023. The truck manufacturer has already begun tests of the first new enhanced prototype of its Mercedes-Benz GenH2 Truck unveiled last year, with an aim to achieve a range of up to 1,000km without refueling. It said the first series-produced GenH2 Trucks are expected to be available to customers in 2027. Martin Daum, Daimler Truck chief […]
New rules to ensure the build-up by 2020 of more refuelling points for vehicles using alternative fuels have been formally adopted by the European Council. I comes after their final approval in the European Parliament in April.
Is the road transport industry expecting too much from Philip Hammond’s budget this afternoon? Motortransport.co.uk looks at what’s in store for logistics.
Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions (HCVS) generated a pre-tax profit of £19.7m in the year ending 31 March 2021, despite a challenging year for the leasing market.