DHL debuts 'UK's first' all-electric truck

James S Murray
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Global logistics giant begins operations of 16 tonne electric Volvo truck for London deliveries, as government launches consultation on longer, emission-saving HGVs

An electric truck can now be seen on the streets of London's West End, after global logistics giant DHL yesterday announced it had begun operating the first purpose-built fully electric 16 tonne truck...

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