DPD has been voted the best parcel delivery service for the seventh year running in a customer satisfaction survey.
Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation have announced a “strategic investment” of €100m (£85m) in a new partnership with Arrival, a UK-based electric vehicle startup.
The Scottish Government is running a second consultation into its low-emission zone plans for Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow, which are due to be in place by the end of this year.
If your operation will be affected by Sheffield’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) plans, then make sure to put 17 March in your diary.
Need to find out more about Scottish low emission zones (LEZs)? Then put 2 April 2020 in your diary.
2020 may be the year when battery electric vehicles some of age and what have been until now largely prototypes start to become mainstream, according to speakers in the Tech Talk sessions at the 2019 Freight in the City Expo at London’s Alexandra Palace last week.
Reducing carbon emissions from fast-growing final-mile e-commerce deliveries isn’t just about switching to low emissions vehicles, as the Freight in the City Expo heard recently.
Need to find out more about the introduction of the forthcoming low emission zones (LEZs) in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow? Then put 2 April 2020 in your diary.
New research by Rivus Fleet Solutions and the AA has revealed that, while fleet managers accept the need to move towards an alternatively fuelled future, many are continuing to invest in “more cost-effective” Euro-6 diesel vehicles.
Essex-based TEVVA displayed a pair of 12-tonne range-extended electric vehicles. David Thackray, Tevva sales and marketing director, said the new truck is available “with or without a range extender. With the range extender it has an 80kwH battery, and without the truck has a 154kwH battery”. Thackray told CM that the vehicles are available with a full repair and operating lease, which costs 25% more per month but saves 30p per operating mile. He said Tevvas covering in excess of […]