The Freight Transport Association (FTA), Jaama is a partner to the organisation’s Van Excellence initiative, is to rebrand as Logistics UK.
Fleet chiefs and company car and van drivers are being urged to write to their local MP asking for their support in securing the future of “vital” Plug-in Car and Van Grants until “at least 2025”.
Fleet operators have been urged to review company car choice lists as motor manufacturers are struggling to provide accurate vehicle carbon dioxide (CO2) emission figures just weeks before new benefit-in-kind tax and Vehicle Excise Duty regimes are introduced.
Jaama continue to push the technological and functionality boundaries to ensure companies operate at the cutting-edge of data management, operational best practice and compliance.
Jaama has launched a new-look website as the final piece of its brand refresh project undertaken during recent months.
Companies have been urged to “thoroughly check” the validity of non-UK driving licence holders during the post-Brexit transition period.
The Government plans to end the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2035 at the latest – five years earlier than previously announced – to further crackdown on emissions and will include plug-in hybrid vehicles in the ban.
Enthusiasm among fleets to operate electric vans is being hampered by constraints that require Government intervention, according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
Confusion around carbon dioxide (CO2) emission figures relating to modified vans following introduction of the Worldwide harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) protocol has led to Government clarification