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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.

ATS Euromaster Appoints Rivus Executive To Head Sales Function

Experienced fleet executive Jason Chamberlain has been appointed sales director at tyre and vehicle maintenance provider ATS Euromaster, effective immediately. Chamberlain is a significant hire, joining from Rivus Fleet Solutions (formerly BT Fleet) where he was sales and marketing director.

Hyundai Takes Lead In True Fleet Sales in the UK

With a positive approach to electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles in the fleet sector, and less affected by semiconductor supply issues, Hyundai in the UK has recorded the greatest annual growth of any OEM for True Fleet Sales during 2021.

London Mayor Sets Out Ambitious Plan For Road User Charging, Toxic Air Reduction

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has set out a far-reaching plan to tackle dirty air in the city. It includes replacing existing entry charges to the capital city with a pay-per-mile charge based on vehicle pollution. Announced January 18, 2022, the report says that only a truly ambitious program to tackle pollution and congestion will meet the city’s ambition to be net-zero by 2030.

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.

All HGVs in the UK To Be Zero Emission by 2040

All-new heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) will need to be zero emission by 2040, the UK government has announced at COP26 on Transport Day (November 10, 2021). The government will phase out non-zero emission HGVs below 26 tons by 2035, with all new HGVs sold in the UK to be zero emission from 2040, making it a world first for the UK.

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