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Unlock the potential of your EV charging strategy

The government’s ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035 (1) means businesses are facing increasing pressures to transition to electric

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Dashcam innovation driving video telematics forwards

Video telematics has only been around for the past decade, but in this time, it has evolved dramatically to become a powerful tool for fleets

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Depreciation: Taking a data-driven approach to fleet replacement

In the fast-moving and increasingly competitive landscape of the transport industry, maintaining a robust fleet is paramount. Some businesses may adopt a policy of running

Supply Chain

Tackling the top 8 supply chain visibility questions

Supply chain visibility has become a hot topic in recent years as more companies realise the critical importance of having access to real-time data. However,

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Five actions the government must take on electric trucks

Stuart Cottrell, head of Energy Services and Government Partnerships at the disruptive electric truck company, Tevva, reviews where we are with the transition to Zero

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Balancing safety, efficiency and sustainability

Damian Penney, VP EMEA at Lytx, gives his opinion on what fleets need to prioritise in 2024 Many fleets are considering how they can incorporate

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Navigating multi-entity accounting following a logistics M&A

Despite continued economic pressures, deal volumes in the logistics industry appear to be on the up. According to research from BDO, transaction volumes in the

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How feasible is Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) charging for fleets?

With the 2035 petrol and diesel ban on the horizon, electric vehicles (EVs) are likely to become a normal occurrence across UK households and businesses.

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Charged up: Why the UKs EV transition is in full swing

The first “real” electric vehicle (EV) hit US roads in 1888, meaning we’ve had more than 100 years of automotive advancements to really maximise their