Wednesday 18th Jan 2017 - Logistics Manager

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DfT unveils £20m low-emission truck winners

The drive for cleaner delivery vehicles is accelerating with the government investing £20 million in twenty companies for trials of electric and hydrogen commercial vehicles.

FTA want government cash for green trucks

The Freight Transport Association has called on the government to provide the cash to boost the take-up of green fuels by the road transport industry.

DHL calls for collaboration

DHL partners with Landbell

DHL Supply Chain has signed a strategic partnership with waste management specialist Landbell to provide environmental management services that are compliant with EU legislation.

Ford plans Transit plug-in hybrid

Ford has set out plans to launch a plug-in hybrid Transit Custom van in Europe by 2019, as part of a five year programme for electrified vehicles.

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Reconomy joins FORS as a champion

Outsourced recycling and resource management company Reconomy has joined the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) as a champion. This means it is one of the members which is given the responsibility to promote the scheme to a wider audience across the supply chain.

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Renewable fuel for HGVs

CNG Fuels has launched renewable biomethane for HGVs, a cost-effective and low carbon alternative fuel to diesel. Big retailers, such as Waitrose, John Lewis, Argos and Brit European are some of the first to use the fuel for their delivery lorries.

TRL research to cut greenhouse gases

TRL has begun a €450,000 research project to help European road operators better address the impacts of climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.