BEDEO, a technology company and specialist in electrifying transport, has revealed it will be showcasing three electric vehicles at Freight in the City Expo next week.
Bradshaw Electric Vehicles is set to exhibit its range of Goupil utility vehicles at next week’s Freight in the City Expo in London.
Continental Tyres and Bandvulc will use their presence at this year’s Freight in the City Expo to highlight the impact tyres can have on lowering operational costs and reducing harmful emissions.
Truck manufacturer Tevva is expected to unveil an all-new electric truck at next week’s Freight in the City Expo in London.
With the EU Commission’s standardised emission testing for HGV manufacturers (VECTO), designed to help the road transport industry meet CO2 reduction targets, the role of tyres in lowering emissions becomes very clear. The VECTO measurement tool was developed by the EC to standardise emission testing for heavy duty vehicle manufacturers and has an obvious impact on OEMs, driving development of fuel-saving technologies, and creating greater transparency in the truck buying process. Ahead of this year’s Freight in the City event, […]
Ahead of his participation at Freight in the CIty Expo next month, Bernard Magee, director of electric vehicle charging infrastructure at Siemens GB&I explains how a seamless grid-to-vehicle approach can control energy and capital expenditure costs, simplify managing an EV fleet and deliver the vital resilience and reliability once the power is switched on.
A brand-new industry event is bursting onto the scene next summer – the Road Transport Expo 2022 – taking place at Stoneleigh Park from 30 June–2 July.
The 2021 Zemo Partnership Annual Conference – its first since the transition from LowCVP – will be held online on Tuesday 20 July.
Maxus UK is expanding its dealer network with the Brindley Group confirmed as the latest dealership to offer the manufacturer’s range.
Zemo Partnership’s Renewable Fuels Assurance Scheme (RFAS) has seen rapid engagement from fuel suppliers with 10 companies now fully approved.