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11 August 2022 #Van

Posties will deliver letters and parcels to towns and cities across the UK using zero emission transport after Royal Mail added 2,000 new electric vans to its growing EV fleet. The order of 1,000 new e-Expert and 1,000 e-Partner vans

05 August 2021 #Other #TNB News

Seven major British companies, including the operators of some of the largest commercial vehicle fleets in the country, have joined forces to help accelerate the mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) across the UK. The firms – BP, BT, Direct

17 June 2021 #CV Sector #TNB News #Van

Royal Mail is rolling out a further 3,000 electric vans for use in Clean Air Zone (CAZ) areas. The additional vehicles, predominantly Mercedes e-Vito, e-Sprinter and Peugeot e-Experts, build on the existing fleet of 300 electric vans and will be

20 May 2021 #TNB News #Truck

Royal Mail has added 29 new Iveco Stralis NP 460 low emission trucks fuelled by Bio-Compressed Natural Gas (Bio-CNG) to its fleet. The company originally added two permanent Bio-CNG trucks to its fleet in 2019, since when it is estimated

25 February 2021 #TNB News #Trailer

Royal Mail has placed an order for a further 45 tri-axle Lifting Deck trailers from existing supplier Don-Bur. The latest design increases capacity by 30% in comparison to existing trailers and offers a fuel saving of up to 7%. The

24 July 2019 #CV Sector #Logistics #News #TNB News #Van

A total of 190 new electric vans have entered service with Royal Mail, almost trebling the size of the company’s pure EV fleet. Operating in London and across the South East, the new arrivals are a mix of Mercedes-Benz eVito

29 August 2017 #Logistics #News #TNB News

Royal Mail is set to trial a fleet of nine new ‘autonomous ready’ electric delivery vans in London as the postal service seeks to cut emissions and increase efficiencies. The vans, manufactured by Banbury-based company Arrival, have a range of

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