Tesco has sealed a deal with EO Charging which will see it power Tesco’s UK home delivery fleet of electric vans. The move is part of Tesco’s plan to have a fully electric delivery vehicle fleet by the end of 2028. This year, the business has already rolled out 30 electric vans, with plans in place for a further 150 in 2022. EO Charging designs and manufactures EV charging stations and cloud-based charge-point management software for fleets, and provides installation […]
DPD has worked in partnership with a British-based start-up on the “common sense” design of a new electric-assisted urban delivery vehicle, the first of which will be on the roads this summer.
Supply chain services specialist Walker Logistics saw a 400% upturn in ecommerce orders processed at its Berkshire-based fulfillment centre in April compared to the same period last year.
Kinaxia Logistics has agreed a five-year warehousing contract with toy firm James Galt & Co.