08 April 2021 #TNB News #Van

Arrival will use £660 million raised from listing on the New York stock exchange (value £9.5 billion) to boost production of its electric van. The company plans to manufacture the vehicle in scalable global microfactories with the aim of reducing

19 March 2020 #News #TNB News #Truck

Delivery giant UPS has begun the testing of electric autonomous vehicles at its advanced technology hub in London. The company is exploring the sustainability and durability of the Gaussin ‘shifter’ vehicles for moving semi-trailers and containers around the facility. During

11 September 2019 #CV Sector #Logistics #News #TNB News #Van

Global logistics company UPS has introduced a new line of range-extended electric vehicles (REEVS) vehicles to its fleets serving Birmingham and Southampton. The vehicles, which were developed in conjunction with electric vehicle specialists TEVVA and part-funded by The Office for

21 August 2019 #CV Sector #Logistics #News #TNB News #Truck

Parcel giant UPS has purchased a stake in autonomous driving company TuSimple, strengthening a relationship that has already seen the introduction of autonomous truck deliveries in Arizona. The two companies have been working together for some time on an extensive

28 February 2018 #CV Sector #News #TNB News

UPS has announced it will introduce 50 electric trucks to its US fleet. Working in partnership with Workhorse Group Inc., the vehicles will be designed from scratch to suit the specific needs of UPS. Workhorse claims the vehicles provide a

17 January 2018 #CV Sector #Logistics #News #TNB News #Tractor

Logistics and parcel carrier UPS is one of several US firms supporting the development of full-electric trucks, following a reservation for 125 of Tesla’s Semi tractors to join its 8,500-strong worldwide fleet. The company is working towards its target of

04 January 2018 #CV Sector #Logistics #News #TNB News #Van

UPS is beginning to trial medium-duty fuel cell trucks in the US in an attempt to match the range of its conventionally-fuelled vehicles. Working with the US Department of Energy, the trial will involve Class 6 vehicles using an on-board

10 May 2017 #CV Sector #News #TNB News

Delivery company UPS has unveiled the world’s first hydrogen-electric delivery truck ahead of its plan to deploy a fleet of 17 fuel-cell vans in 2018. The first vehicle, revealed at the 2017 Advanced Clean Transportation Expo in California, will go

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