Parcel lockers can help cut last mile delivery CO2 emission by as much as 13,845 kg a year, according to a new report by Last Mile Experts.
DMN Logistics is urging councils across the UK to improve clarity on information and plans for clean air and congestion charge zones.
MP Greg Smith has been elected as the new chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Road Freight and Logistics.
Amazon has started converting its UK truck fleet to electric after taking delivery of five Daf CF Electric HGVs.
Transport and planning have not been the easiest of bedfellows, but the drive towards net-zero heralds a new era for both.
The Government views the development of hydrogen as an intrinsic element of its goal to achieve net zero, but it isn’t the only possible solution.
Hyundai has revealed a new electric robot that could be used for last mile delivery applications in the future.
CNG Fuels has opened Scotland’s first biomethane refuelling station to serve alternative fuel lorries between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Royal Mail has trialled new software from Ford in the Manchester area that has helped cut vehicle mileage by a third (33%).
FedEx Express is expanding its e-cargo bike delivery fleet with 13 now deployed in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Cambridge.
Think tank Centre for London is suggesting a last mile delivery strategy overhaul for London as parcel deliveries are expected to double by 2030.
Magway development director Huw Thomas looks at how removing vehicles from the logistics industry could transform the UK's cities.
Cross River Partnership (CRP) has launched a new Urban Logistics Hub online resource to help boost last mile deliveries across London.
CILT believes a one-size-fits-all approach to net zero carbon emissions is likely to have disproportionate impact on already challenged rural communities.
Continental is to trial self-driving level 4 truck technology in Germany to help companies address driver shortages and reduce labour costs.