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UK Electrification Under The Spotlight With The Global Fleet Advisory Board

AF Editor Mike Antich assembled an online group of fleet managers - the Global Fleet Advisory Board operating in excess of 125,000 vehicles globally - to discuss some of the issues they were facing with electrification with Stewart Lightbody, deputy chair of the Association of Fleet Professionals, the largest fleet association in the UK.

Miele First Fleet Customer to Take Hydrogen Van

The Miele fleet in Germany has scored a first: a hydrogen fuel cell e-van has gone into service for the premium domestic appliance maker in the Rhine-Main region of Germany. The Vivaro-e Hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle is the first off the Opel production line, offering the Miele fleet a range of 249 miles and a refueling time of just three minutes.

Ford Trials E-Transit With European Fleets

Ford is undertaking trials of its all-electric E-Transit with major European fleet customers before the van becomes widely available spring 2022. Fleets chosen for the real-world trial include operators in the postal, municipal, and utilities sectors, as well as firms operating in the last mile and grocery delivery arenas.

European Commercial Vehicle Remarketing Expert Passes Away

James Davis, customer strategy and insight director (commercial vehicles) for Cox Automotive Europe, passed on July 11, 2021. He was 47 years old. In this position, Davis assumed an industry thought leadership role that involved building, sustaining, and evolving deep long-term open trust relationships with customers, business partners, suppliers, and industry bodies.

LEVC Launches New Telematics Service Using Connected by Geotab

Available for all new TX electric taxis and VN5 electric van orders, LEVC Telematics, Connected by Geotab, can also be retrofitted to LEVC vehicles already on the road. LEVC Telematics, Connected by Geotab, is centered around an easy-to-use online dashboard for ‘at-a-glance’ vehicle management.

Royal Mail Adds 3,000 Electric Vehicles To Its Fleet

The UK mail and parcel delivery service, Royal Mail will boost the total amount of electric vehicles operating within its fleet to 3,300 and will be deployed for use within ultra-low emission zones - such as the London Capital - Clean Air Zones, and green cities.

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