Friday 19th Jul 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Deliveroo to prioritise cars and scooters

Takeaway delivery company Deliveroo has introduced vehicles priority to its booking system to prioritise car drivers and motorbike riders over bicycle delivery in a bid to improve business efficiencies.

New Actros promises fuel savings

Mercedes-Benz has launched the latest version of its Actros heavy truck which promises reduced fuel consumption through improved aerodynamics.

PHEV is the way forward, says Ford

A year-long trial of plug-in hybrid electric commercial vehicles in London suggests they could be the most practical, readily available option for businesses trying to meet clean-air targets in cities, according to Ford.

Lidl to invest €1m in solar panels

Lidl is to invest €1 million to install 4364 solar panels on the roof of its distribution facility currently under construction in Newbridge, Co. Kildare in Ireland.

Water-free van washing for DPD

DPD has appointed water-free car wash company Dropless.co.uk to clean the vehicles at its Westminster parcels depot.

Restore plc saves £45,000 with ULEZ plan

Records management company Restore plc expects to save almost £45,000 after making changes to its fleet as a consequence of introduction of the London Ultra-Low Emission Zone.