If your fleet delivers goods into Birmingham, then you’ll no doubt have questions about how the city’s proposed Clean Air Zone (CAZ) will impact on your operation.
The fourth annual Freight in the City Expo will take place on 6 November at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Two-thirds of new HGVs will come into scope of a European-wide tool for calculating fuel consumption and carbon emissions from January of next year
Leeds City Council has urged logistics operators to engage with team members as it looks to shape its final clean air zone (CAZ) business case for government.
A bin lorry at the end of its normal working life has been repowered with a zero-emission, all-electric motor for a trial taking place in Greenwich, London.
Last week’s flurry of clean air zone (CAZ) announcements from major UK cities has left logistics operators in no doubt that the clock is ticking for Euro-5 lorries in urban areas.
Operators looking for a zero-emission, last-mile delivery service now have a new nationwide option to consider with the launch of Zedify.
Birmingham City Council has published details of its preferred clean air zone (CAZ) plans, ahead of a board decision next week (26 June), which could see non-Euro-6 lorries facing up to £100 per day to enter.
Leeds City Council is to halve the daily fee for non-Euro-6 HGVs entering its clean air zone (CAZ), from £100 to £50.
Tevva Motors has received a £10m funding injection from India’s Bharat Forge, which it said will boost its global expansion plans and create further jobs at its Chemlsford, Essex plant.