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Government plans to reduce the Severn Crossing tolls have met with a mixed reaction.
Fast-charging technology said to be available to deliver over 400kW in minutes is to be trialled in the UK with the help of new funding.
Mercedes-Benz Vans has taken a lead investor role in a 16.5m euro (£14.4m) funding round in a start-up company that develops ground-based, autonomous delivery robots.
GSF Car Parts has added a second Sealey branded van to its fleet following the success of the original trial.
Isuzu Truck UK is continuing the expansion of its UK dealer network with the addition of Cartwright Fleet Services as full sales, service and parts dealers based in Leeds, West Yorkshire.
The used van sector continued to perform strongly in December, with buyers out in force and vendors selling right up until Christmas Eve.
Pullman Fleet Services has appointed Vince McGurk as its new managing director.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has won a new supply contract with one of the UK’s largest flooring contractors.
Firms including global package delivery company UPS and Gnewt Cargo have won a share of £20m Government funding to reduce fleet emissions.
The I.D. Buzz follows in the footsteps of the I.D. electric hatchback unveiled at the Paris Motor Show last autumn as part of a series of new electric vehicles due for launch in 2020 and … Read More »
Using the Microlise Journey Management solution, the retailer will be provided with live visibility of vehicles and ETAs, enabling the firm to maximise its on-time performance and proactively keep customers informed of any delays … Read More »
The company fits Carrier Transicold units across all of its fleet of 160 predominantly rigid trucks and regards them as the “reliable workhorse” of its operations. The new units will be predominantly used … Read More »
Carried out by Arval, the research showed that recorded an increase in fuel consumption of more than 20% between an unladen panel van and the same vehicle with 75% of its maximum payload has … Read More »
The conquest deal was awarded following a competitive tender process involving three providers and saw Fraikin chosen for the four-year, full-service contract hire agreement due to its ability to efficiently manage the ownership, financing, … Read More »
The firm previously returned its vehicles when they weren’t needed for work but strong growth coupled with a planned further expansion in 2017 of its Dover-based European Operations Centre has prompted a change of … Read More »
Arkadiusz Jerzy Baranowski of Tuffnells Parcels Express Ltd in Cullompton, Devon was given a suspended eight-month prison sentence and ordered to pay £2,000 in costs after he admitted 15 offences of falsifying driver records … Read More »
The company, one of the largest water and sewerage service suppliers in England and Wales, FMG for a 24/7 incident management service to its fleet of nearly 1,700 vans, which includes first notification of … Read More »
The university selected the IT1000 technology after testing five other vehicle cameras and will initially deploy it on 25 vans before rolling it out across a further 87 fleet vehicles, made up predominantly of … Read More »
Operating throughout London, East Anglia and the home counties, Anglia Compliance & Training is one of a limited number of companies approved to provide FORS pre-audit services to those seeking FORS accreditation or reaccreditation. … Read More »
The specialist engineering company has switched to using the web-based telematics solution to monitor 80 vans, cars and 4x4s, targeting improved workload scheduling, reduced customer response times and enhanced driver safety. In particular, … Read More »