early a third of trucks in Spain exceed the EU’s legal emission limits, testing in Barcelona and Madrid indicates.
Following an open tender process via the Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation, Go Plant Fleet Services has recently delivered four new Dennis Eagle RCVs into Hyndburn Borough Council. Hyndburn BC now has a fleet of ten high specification RCVs to service the…
Paper Round, part of BPR Group, has received its fully electric-conversion vehicle from Refuse Vehicle Solution (RVS). The company is committed to transforming the future of resource management, and the switch to electric refuse collection vehicle is a significant step in achieving this goal.
Demand for all-electric vehicles in the EU surges three times in 2021.
Waste management specialist Select Environmental Services has added the first front-end loader to its fleet. The 32-tonne Arocs is also its first truck to be fitted with the manufacturer’s MirrorCam system.
Fleet Vision International (FVI), the magazine aimed at fleet, transport, and operational and workshop depot directors/managers who deal with sophisticated commercial fleets and frontline services, is calling out for editorial contributions for our Summer issue. Every quarter, we send FVI…
|What is coming up in Fleet Vision International’s Spring 2021 edition. We offer you the chance to get featured in front of 8,000 senior decision-makers in front-line fleet operations and essential services.
Copy deadline March 12
So, what is coming up, and how can you contribute?
Contact the Editor Ann-Marie Knegt (07888692339) to discuss editorial or if you have a topic that is not on the list, but which will be of interest to our readership. The editor will consider publication based on merit to the readers.
Amazon has just revealed the first of its planned custom electric delivery vehicles, complete with built-in Alexa, expected to be delivering packaged within a year. The company plans to have 100,000 on the road by 2022, and 100,000 by 2030.…
A new study by computer scientists and driving psychologists from the University of Nottingham has shown that HGV drivers drive much more safely when camera in their cab monitors their behaviour. Data collected before and after the installation of unobtrusive…
Watching a movie whilst driving on the motorway could be a reality as soon as next year, as UK government consider proposals to use automated technology