Tuesday 10th Dec 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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EV charging: quality must come first

Bureau Veritas has warned that “quality must come first” if the UK is to create a world-class charging network for cleaner vehicles.

Tesco cuts out plastic bags

Tesco will no longer be using carrier bags to deliver groceries from its online business, cutting out nearly 2,000 tonnes of plastic out of production annually.

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.