Friday 19th Jul 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Go-ahead for Birmingham Clean Air Zone

The government has given the go-ahead for Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone, which will cover the centre of the city with the A4540 Middleway.

John Lewis targets zero-carbon fleet by 2045

The John Lewis Partnership has committed to making its transport fleet zero carbon by 2045 – a move that involves switching more than 3,200 trucks, trailers and vans to zero-emission vehicles.

Reynolds takes first Econic low-entry artic

Fresh produce supplier Reynolds has taken delivery of the UK’s first low-entry Mercedes-Benz Econic tractor unit which will be used for multi-drop deliveries in London.

London mayor plans 10pc cut in truck and van traffic

London mayor Sadiq Khan has set out plans to cut the number of lorries 
and vans entering central London in the morning peak by ten per cent by 2026, according to his new Freight and servicing action plan.

Ford trials digital delivery system

Ford has formed a partnership with Gnewt by Menzies to trial a new digital delivery service that will co-ordinate multiple modes of transport.

Leeds CAZ needs clarity, says FTA

The Freight Transport Association believes that any businesses operating in and around Leeds need clarification on Leeds City Council’s newly-approved Clean Air Zone.