Sunday 5th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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DHL Express adds electric to London fleet

DHL Express has put 10 new electric-powered Renault ZE Masters vans on the road in London in the first stage of its plan to run 400 electric vehicles on its UK-wide fleet by 2025. The vehicles have a range of approximately 75 miles and a payload capacity of circa 10 cubic metres. They are fully […]

Pall-Ex partners with Microlise

Pall-Ex has selected Microlise to provide a telematics and vehicle cameras across its entire fleet of over 100 vehicles.

UK van registrations soar in August

New van registrations in the UK rose 41 per cent in August, with 23,120 units registered, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers (SMMT). It was the strongest month of growth for light commercials between 3.5t and 6t GVW since April 2013.

CV production drops by a third

Commercial vehicle production fell 31.2 per cent in July – the fourth successive month of decline, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

41 reefers for Lineage

Lineage, the temperature-controlled logistics provider, has expanded its UK fleet with a 41 refrigerated trailers from Schmitz Cargobull. The reefers are equipped with Carrier Transicold Vector single temperature units.

Strong growth for HGV market

The heavy goods vehicle market jumped 46 per cent in second quarter as operators went on a buying spree ahead of the mandatory fitment of smart tachographs in June.