Parcel delivery firm DPD is covering up its logos on its trucks this week with a giant sticky note stating: “Tackle the Climate Crisis” as part of as campaign called the World’s To Do List.
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, […]
Vehicle manufacturer if.Vehicles is marking this year’s Freight In The City Expo by launching what it believes is the world’s only transformable and dismountable micro electric vehicle for the final mile.
Freight in the City, in partnership with AddSecure, recently hosted its latest free-to-watch webinar on the topic of Safer City Driving.
The trailblazer group for the logistics sector has expressed frustration at the delay in getting an apprenticeship for urban driving up and running, despite the current significant skills shortage.
Ahead of attending Freight in the City Expo, Allison Transmission UK and Ireland account and market development manager Nathan Wilson was asked how the company helps urban vehicle fleets reduce their emissions, improve fuel economy, and operate in zero-emission zones as we head towards a future of fossil-free transport.
Fischer Panda UK, known for its compact, quiet, stage V compliant AC & DC vehicle generator sets, will be impressing attendees at Freight in the City Expo with its integrated hybrid power capability for zero-emission payload power systems.
Visitors to Refuse Vehicle Solutions’ (RVS) stand at Freight in the City Expo will be treated to a demonstration of how the company can convert a diesel refuse truck into a zero-emission, zero-noise, fully electric vehicle.
Trailar’s solar panels for commercial vehicles can cut fuel costs by up to 5.5%, according to a recent trial carried out with Clean Linen Services.
Modified Vauxhall electric vans, capable of being charged up wirelessly, have taken to the streets of Edinburgh in a groundbreaking trial.