The most fuel-efficient electric van is the Iveco Daily Electric, according to new research.
UPN member F&G Transport said it would become the first pallet freight distribution operator to evaluate the all-electric Volta Zero.
A third of companies involved in European logistics are making headway with their carbon reduction strategies, with another fifth in the process of implementing measures, according to new research.
A fully electric refuse truck has taken to the streets in Gloucestershire in a bid to make the entire district carbon neutral.
Renault Trucks UK & Ireland and its dealer network have committed to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas status by 2030.
Asda is installing six bio-LNG distribution stations to refuel trucks on its sites, marking a significant acceleration in the development of its UK biomethane activity.
Central England Co-op is using eight fully electric Mercedes-Benz vans as part of a trial of delivery services on routes in Norfolk, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Birmingham and Derby.
The government is ramping up its zero carbon agenda, but how keen are HGV operators to jump onboard when the technology is struggling to keep pace with the demands of running a fleet of vehicles?
Tesco has strengthened its zero-emission home delivery fleet with the addition of 30 new fully-electric refrigerated vans, equipped with E-200 units from Thermo King.
Maxus has launched a new electric commercial van – the Maxus eDELIVER 9.