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.
Start-up company Safe Straps is shining a light on the vital subject of load safety at Freight in the City Expo with its recently launched ratchet strap, which the company claims is the safest in the world.
Chassis conversion specialist Astra Vehicle Technologies, which is exhibiting at Freight in the City Expo on 28 September, is bringing along its first full electric conversion based on the Iveco Daily van.
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.
Last-mile delivery tech firm PostTag insists it is set to disrupt the UK logistics market after partnering with solutions platform Locus.
Anglo-Swedish electric vehicle start-up Volta Trucks has begun testing the first prototype Volta Zero at Horiba Mira in Nuneaton.