DHL Express to add 270 electric vans to its UK fleet this summer

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Drone shot of DHL Express's electric fleet | Credit: DHL Express
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Drone shot of DHL Express's electric fleet | Credit: DHL Express

The rollout of additional Ford E Transits across the delivery giant's fleet marks the second phase of its goal to operate a 100 per cent electric fleet by 2030

DHL Express is to rollout 270 new electric vans across its UK fleet this summer, as the delivery and logistics giant accelerates its push towards a 100 per cent electric courier fleet by 2030. Following...

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