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    Tevva wins approval for mass production of 7.5-tonne battery electric truck


    Tevva has secured European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval (ECWVTA) for its 7.5 tonne battery electric truck.The new certification means it can now start producing and selling in volume across the UK and Europe.Tevva is the first British company to receive ECWVTA for a 7.5-tonne electric truck and mass produced ...

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    Moran Logistics expands its fleet with 15 Scania CNG-powered trucks


    Moran Logistics have taken delivery of 15 new Scania CNG trucks at its headquarters in Castle Donnington, Leicestershire.The new trucks, supplied by Keltruck Scania, are part of the company’s wider strategy to cut its carbon emissions.Moran Logistics specialises in the delivery of chilled, ambient or frozen food products from production ...

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    Campeys of Selby adds six Iveco S-Way bio-CNG trucks to fleet


    North Yorkshire haulier Campeys of Selby has boosted its non-fossil fuel fleet to over 10% with the addition of six new Iveco S-WAY 6x2 biomethane (bio-CNG) tractor units.The new additions take Campeys’ non-fossil fuel fleet to 12 vehicles, and are part of the company’s strategy to transition to a net ...

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    DP World Southampton container terminal delivers 55% cut in net carbon emissions in 2022


    DP World’s container terminal at Southampton delivered a record 55% reduction in net carbon emissions from its fleet and installations in 2022, the global supply chain logistics group has revealed.The cut in carbon emissions was aided by Southampton becoming the first UK port to eliminate fossil diesel from its operations ...

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    Scurri signs green delivery deal with HIVED


    Logistics delivery management provider Scurri has partnered with zero-emissions carrier HIVED to offer retailers green delivery options across Greater London.The integration of the two businesses means Scurri’s clients can choose same-day, next-day or two-day delivery services emissions-free, as HIVED relies only on electric vehicles and bikes.Rory O’Connor, chief executive and ...

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    Element 2 and Tower Group in deal to roll out hydrogen refuelling stations for HGVs in South West


    Plans to roll out a UK-wide network of refuelling stations for hydrogen-powered HGVs by 2027 moved a step closer this week with the creation of a partnership between hydrogen refuelling firm Element 2 and hydrogen producer Tower Group.Tower Group’s hubs, which store locally-produced green hydrogen, will supply a network of ...

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    More than 90% trialling electric vans opt to keep them, Arval UK reveals


    Nine out of ten firms that trial electric vans on medium term rental deals are opting to keep them, according to vehicle leasing and fleet management firm Arval UK.The company, which is part of the BNP Paribas Group, has found that only 10% of customers using Arval Flex EV, its ...

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    Nestlé begins electric shunter trial at York site


    Confectionary manufacturer Nestlé UK & Ireland has launched a trial of an electric shunter at its York site as part of plans to eventually replace the diesel shunters across its UK depots and reduce its carbon footprint.The Gaussin Electric Shunter, which is being used in the two-week trial, features battery-swap ...

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    "Industry facing cliff edge over net zero targets," warns DAF MD


    DAF Trucks MD Laurence Drake has warned that the 2035 and 2040 end-of-sale dates for non-zero emission vehicles will be “a cliff edge” without government incentives and favourable energy prices.Speaking at a media event in central London, Drake (pictured) said there were currently “way too many variables” to predict which ...

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    Kickstart electric van transition or risk it stalling, AFP warns government


    The transition to electric vans is in danger of stalling unless the government can offer operators more support, the Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP) said this week.The call comes as AFP members report a range of issues with the introduction of electric vans, including unsuitable charging infrastructure, rising lease and ...

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    EV Cargo publishes inaugural sustainability report


    Global freight forwarding, supply chain services and technology company EV Cargo ramped up its efforts to become more sustainable during 2021, according to its inaugural sustainability report, published this week.During the year the company said its commitment to global sustainability gathered momentum, with the introduction of a number of ...

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    First Hydrogen hires EDAG to design mass produced zero-emission vans


    First Hydrogen has selected EDAG Group (EDAG) as its design partner for its next generation of hydrogen fuel cell vans (FCEVs).The German design and engineering company, which specialises in concept cars, prototypes and top level commercial vehicle development, has been tasked with creating a stand-out design for First Hydrogen's next ...

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    Volvo Trucks unveils raft of electric options for FH, FM and FMX models


    Volvo Trucks has expanded its range of vehicles and launched electric rigid versions of its Volvo FH, FM and FMX models.The OEM said the new heavy rigid trucks can be designed to carry electric superstructures for a range of transport assignments, including goods distribution, refuse collection and construction work.Roger Alm, ...

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    Mercedes Benz, Maxus, Toyota and Volkswagen see fall in e-van sales, research reveals


    Some manufacturers have seen falling electric van sales in the year to November 2022, despite plummeting diesel van sales, according to the latest research from New AutoMotive.According to data from the company's latest Electric Van Count, while diesel van sales have plunged by 39% in the year, electric van sales ...

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    TG Lynes mulls switching entire fleet to HVO


    Heating, plumbing and air movement materials supplier TG Lynes is looking at powering its entire fleet on hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO) after switching two of its 18-tonne diesel lorries to the alternative fuel.TG Lynes has an operating licence for 15 trucks and offers a daily delivery service to sites across ...

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    DHL Parcel UK ramps up net zero journey with delivery of Volvo electric trucks and LNG tractors


    DHL Parcel UK is moving one step closer to its net zero logistics target with the delivery of six fully electric 16-tonne Volvo trucks and 30 LNG Volvo tractor units.The Volvo electric 16 tonners will hit the road in London from January 2023, with the 30 LNG tractors going into ...

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    Volta Trucks announces first Volta Zero with Truck-as-a-Service charging infrastructure deployment to Heppner


    Volta Trucks has announced the first full-electric Volta Zero with Truck-as-a-Service (TaaS) charging infrastructure deployment to Heppner, a provider of transport and logistics solutions and an independent leader in international shipping from and to France.Heppner’s pre-order with deposit will see 16 full-electric Volta Zeros run from the company’s depots in ...

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    Government backs hydrogen HGV project with £15m investment into HVS


    Hydrogen-powered commercial vehicle manufacturer, Hydrogen Vehicle Systems (HVS), has today (2 December) announced a £15m grant from the government’s Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) as part of a wider funding package to support zero emission transport.HVS was awarded APC funding following a successful entry into its competition for developing automotive technologies ...

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    James Hall & Co takes delivery of first electric refrigerated trailer


    James Hall & Co's transport and logistics department has taken delivery of the company's first fully electric refrigerated trailer as part of plans to cut emissions and beat the demands of the increasing number of city centre clean air zones.The Lancashire-based family firm, which operates as a primary wholesaler to ...

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    OPX Logistics cuts emissions with new Thermo King refrigeration units


    Swindon-based OPX Logistics has added ten refrigeration units to its fleet in a move aimed at cutting its emissions and helping it acheive its aim of eventually becoming net zero.The ten Thermo King SLXi refrigeration unit systems, which were supplied by Marshall Fleet Solutions, have been fitted to newly purchased ...