Company Focus

EO Charging

Charlie Jardine is the Founder and CEO of EO Charging, one of the UK’s leading electric vehicle (EV) charger manufacturers.

Chevin Fleet Solutions – 29 -years of fleet management software innovation

Established in 1990 in Belper, a small Derbyshire town in the heart of England, Chevin was founded by Ashley Sowerby, the company’s managing director.

Premier Cabs

On the 14th November 2019, at the British Motor Museum, Premier Cabs of Blackpool was awarded Private Hire/Taxi Company of the year.

Good news for electric company car drivers following Government review

Changes to the UK’s company car tax system will mean that business drivers could make considerable financial savings, especially when using electric vehicles.

DDR Electrical

DDR Electrical, based at the Colburn Business Park, Catterick, North Yorkshire, are already dispelling the myth that the demand for electric vehicle charging points (EVCP’s) is purely in towns and cities.

Co-wheels

Co-wheels is the UK’s most innovative mobility provider which has more environmental ‘firsts’ than any other car club.

ChargedEV

Here at ChargedEV, we supply, install and maintain electric vehicle charging points for both domestic and commercial customers.

The importance of smart, safe, & affordable electric vehicle charging solutions

The importance of smart, safe, & affordable electric vehicle charging solutions.

TRAILAR

TRAILAR dedicates itself to creating innovative transport solutions, to reduce the environmental impact of commercial vehicles across the globe.

Fully Charged

Fully Charged are electric bike specialists. We offer the world’s best eBikes within a 2-floor experience centre in Central London.

The Award Winning Isuzu D-Max

Isuzu only make commercial vehicles. A range of pick-ups that are tough, strong and built to go the distance.

Getting the best out of Big Data

Telematics can provide a vast array of vehicle and driver data to fleet managers.

Business travel down and EVs on the rise: it could be an interesting road ahead

According to the ‘British Business and Mobility Study’ by Sewells, the UK could see a 25 per cent reduction in both business travel and commuting.

Electrification Of Fleets: Charging And It’s Challenges

The Electric Vehicle market is growing at a previously unprecedented rate. Between 2013 and 2015, National Grid consistently said there would be around 5 million EVs on UK roads by 2035.

LoCITY, London and beyond….

January. The month of broken new years resolutions and the pitfalls of a post-Xmas diet!