John Lewis and Waitrose to ramp up electric vans to serve online delivery surge

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The first of the new e-vans are set for rollout in 2021 | Credit: John Lewis
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The first of the new e-vans are set for rollout in 2021 | Credit: John Lewis

Retail partnership aims end the use of fossil fuels across its entire fleet by 2030

The John Lewis Partnership has pledged to end the use of fossil fuel vehicles across its entire transport fleet within the next decade by ramping up its use of electric vans to serve its growing online...

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