YAS has a goal of achieving zero emissions by 2050. But getting there might entail building a frontline ambulance from scratch. Andrew Ryan reports
After trials on electric models, ScottishPower decides it will no longer replace its vans and cars on a like-for-like basis. Andrew Ryan outlines the thinking
When Prius was introduced 21 years back people thought the company had lost its marbles. It doesn’t look so crazy now. By Sarah Tooze
Corporate Vehicle Observatory research has identified growing demand for alternatives as diesel falls out of favour, says Arval. By Stephen Briers
It started out on a farm, but EO Charging is reaping the benefits of being a second generation supplier of EV charging solutions. Sarah Tooze reports
There are no fixed rules about what services Mercedes-Benz Vans will, or won’t, supply. It’s all about meeting customers’ needs. Stephen Briers reports.
Senior management buy-in has been essential to Nationwide Window Cleaning’s risk management programme, which has reduced accidents by 23%, says fleet boss Stuart Wiseman. Sarah Tooze reports
Triple award-winner BMW remains bullish even though it expects 2018 to be a difficult year due to internal and external factors. Stephen Briers reports.
After the business was bought in a multi-million pound deal three years ago, FMG continues to go from strength-to-strength. By Gareth Roberts
Rapid growth, new products and services, acquisitions and a new HQ have transformed Zenith. But’s it’s not all plain sailing, reports Stephen Briers
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