Michelin Services starts integrating electric Vauxhall vans in the UK

Michelin Services and Solutions has received its first electric vans in the UK, as it begins to shift acquisitions toward having an all-electric fleet by 2026.

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Michelin’s service division deployed 17 Vauxhall Combo Electric eLCVs, marking the first step of the company’s plans to electrify the unit’s 54-strong fleet by 2026. While the vehicles are set on a four-year lease, plans to expand the electric transporter fleet further have been set for next year.

“The introduction of electric vans is an important milestone for our division and aligns with Michelin’s whole environmental ethos as we constantly strive to reduce our CO2 emissions,” explained Alastair Cameron, national operations manager for Services and Solutions at Michelin. “Deployed on the passenger transport side of the business, the electric vans will be used by our tyre technicians who visit multiple sites every day, but who are classed as low-mileage city drivers.”

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