Renault Trucks returns to Freight in the City Expo at Alexandra Palace, London on 6 November 2019 with a line-up that debuts the new Master red EDITION, showcases its 100% electric ZE range from 3.1 to 26 tonnes, and reinvigorates its focus on innovative, energy-efficient commercial vehicles for the municipal sector.
DAF Trucks is showcasing an 18-tonne LF 230 FA skip-loader chassis, fuelled by hydro-treated vegetable oil (HVO) at Freight in the City next week.
Volvo Trucks will be displaying a 6×2 hook-lift rigid from its new FE-Electric range at next week’s Freight in the City Expo in London.
With TfL’s Direct Vision Standard due to come into force next year, vehicle safety expert Sentinel Systems will be heading to Freight in the City Expo to offer guidance to operators on ensuring their fleets comply.
The 2019 winners of industry’s ‘Noise Oscars’ were announced this week at a ceremony at the Palace of Westminster.
Scania (Great Britain) is focusing on sustainability and safety at this year’s Freight in the City Expo, with three models from the company’s urban truck range on display. In addition, visitors will be able to get an exciting glimpse into the future of urban deliveries and research and development taking place today from Anders Lampinen, director of new technologies at Scania CV AB. Scania is once again a headline event partner to Freight in the City Expo, taking place on […]
Dawsongroup truck & trailer is inviting operators to its stand at Freight in the City Expo next month to find out more about “try before you buy” opportunities for alternatively fuelled trucks and vans.
Birmingham City Council has reassured hauliers it will do all it can to help them comply with the city’s new Clean Air Zone (CAZ), which is due to be rolled out on 1 July 2020.
Pioneering electric truck design from Swedish startup Volta Trucks will be highlighted at Freight in the City in London next month.
This year’s Freight in the City Expo is positively bursting at the seams with innovative technology focused on urban delivery fleets.