The UK government has unveiled a £200 million project to launch the world's largest fleet of zero emission heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
Mitcham–based George Killoughery Ltd has received its last two Scania XT tippers from an order for 20.
There will be 20 DAF LF Electric vehicles entering service with a range of public bodies in what is one of the largest and most significant deployments of zero emission trucks in the UK to date. The trucks will see service with the National Health Service and local authorities as part of the Battery Electric Truck Trial (BETT) funded by Department for Transport (DfT). The trucks will be used for day-to-day operations and will gather real-time data. The results will be published on an interactive website to inform future fleet operator buying decisions and help stimulate the sale of battery electric trucks. Sale of non-zero emission heavy goods vehicles banned from 2035 With the Government having set ambitious targets to end the sale of non-zero emission heavy goods vehicles from 2035...[Read More]
Suttons Tankers has revealed that they have spent £15m investment on its UK fleet as part of its commitment to improve driver working conditions.
Zenith Trailer Rentals has acquired 100 new Schmitz Cargobull's S.KO Pace Smart semi-trailers.
Plug-in van and truck grants have been extended as part of the Government's drive to decarbonise transport.
Sales of the new battery-electric Mercedes eActros have begun in the UK.
The UK's HGV market accelerates 12.9% in 2021 to defy supply challenge, says SMMT.
Joseph Ash Galvanizing will be using Wheely-Safe's intelligent TPMS across its entire commercial vehicle fleet.