DPD & MAXUS confirm initial deal of 750 e-DELIVER vans; e-DELIVER 9 & e-DELIVER 3. The order includes 500 long wheelbase 3.5t electric vans. DPD set to have over 1,700 EVs on the road by the end of 2021.

 

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GM launches BrightDrop; aims to electrify last-mile delivery. The company’s electric light commercial vehicle, the EV600, six hundred cubic feet of space, will be on roads in late 2021 led by FedEx’s fleet.

 

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Van numbers for e-retail look set to rise 50% by 2030

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Express couriers are showcasing positive steps in green clean to transport sector.

Operators DPD and CitySprint spoke at the forum explaining how they have prepared their fleets for CAZs.

IOC on line for the virtual JAQU Clean Air Zone Forum this week. An audience of every vehicle and transport sector on the road.

Key questions were about universal compliance between zones, issues focused on not leaving it to the last minute to deal with zones.

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This week, Royal Mail is expanding its use of low emission vehicles, with the addition of 29 Iveco gas-powered trucks, fuelled by Bio-Compressed Natural Gas (Bio-CNG), to its fleet.

This is an example of the Company’s ongoing commitment to reduce emissions associated with its operations.

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Virtual round table rich in operators talking cargo cycle and EV for London deliveries.

 

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Sensors on DPD vans and fixed locations will measure PM2.5 levels every 12 seconds

The UK's most sustainable delivery company DPD has announced the roll-out of a major new air quality monitoring programme across 6 of the biggest cities in the UK.

 

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Clean air Euro6, then new standards for zero emission in Oxford city centre.

Park at the end of the street and complete final metres on foot!’

Bath Euro 6 Class C clean air zone began this week (Monday 15th). Birmingham follows shortly, and this week Oxford have announced their zero emission pilot will start in August.

 

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In response to market needs, Voltia has revealed its latest 10m3 upsized XL model of the Nissan van.

It offers more space for storing packages, even above the driver´s cab

DPD Slovakia is the first to successfully test in the pilot.

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Bath are implementing their Class C Clean Air Zone on Monday (March 15th) .

This means that LGVs buses, taxis, and HGVs driving in the zone must be either EURO4 petrol or EURO6 diesel to avoid being charged, unless they have been exempted by the council.

 

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