Fleet Point Industry News


Renault Master E-Tech delivers first EVs for Lyreco

3rd August 2021

The Renault Master E-Tech has been chosen by Europe’s leading distributor of workplace products and services to spearhead the transition of its UK business to an all-electric delivery fleet. Lyreco...

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M&H Carriers first to electrify distribution fleet in north of Scotland

3rd August 2021

One of Scotland’s leading distribution firms has begun to electrify its Highland delivery fleet – the first logistics outfit in the north of Scotland to do so. M&H Carriers has invested £500,00...

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Can electric vans cope with demands of online shopping

3rd August 2021

The courier sector is currently experiencing two major consumer demands – an ever-increasing expectation for rapid delivery times, and a growing concern for greener methods. Balancing these two requirem...

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Leon Du Plessis

3rd August 2021

Leon Du Plessis, Key Account Manager for MEA at The ai Corporation Contributing Posts: What makes a Fleet Card Fraudster tick?

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What makes a Fleet Card Fraudster tick?

3rd August 2021

Fleet card fraud is a dynamic and growing issue. Often underrated and overshadowed by credit and debit card fraud. Our research has shown that fleet card fraud has continued to rise due to the COVID-19 ...

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RHA “extremely concerned” as overhaul of Highway Code is confirmed

2nd August 2021

The government has forged ahead with its plan to overhaul the Highway Code, giving cyclists right of way at junctions and making HGV drivers bear the greatest responsibility to other road users. To the ...

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Fuelled by Glenfiddich; natural powered transport

2nd August 2021

Part of the 133-year-old independent family-owned distiller William Grant & Sons, Glenfiddich is looking to the future. With its ‘Fuelled by Glenfiddich’ initiative, the brand is working to de...

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Campaigners win court fight to block Stonehenge tunnel

2nd August 2021

Campaigners have won a court battle to block the £1.7bn construction of a road tunnel near Stonehenge. Mr Justice Holgate has ruled that a decision to allow a dual carriage way road and tunnel to be ...

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Surround a Town ‘so important’ for road safety in Essex

2nd August 2021

An ‘astonishing’ 298 speeding offences were detected during a recent ‘Surround a Town’ day in the Essex town of Harlow. Organised by the Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP), Surround a Tow...

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Portal provides updates on Operation SNAP submissions

2nd August 2021

A new portal has been launched to enable those who submit footage of driving offences in Wales to access an update on the status of their submission. Since 2017, people in Wales have been encouraged t...

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