Albert Heijn will electrify Dutch city fleets entirely
The Dutch retailer Albert Heijn will decarbonise all deliveries in the centre of the Hague by the end of this year, including home delivery and the supply of its stores. Throughout 2023, deliveries in central Rotterdam, Utrecht, and Amsterdam are also to be made only electrically.
Eneco chargers coming to Albert Heijn shops
The Dutch retailer Albert Heijn joined forces with Eneco eMobility to build charging stations at its branches in Belgium and the Netherlands. Plans for this year include the installation of 120 fast-charging stations, each with two charging points before the expansion continues.
Mercedes eActros e-trucks start next customer tests
Mercedes-Benz has started the second test phase of the eActros “innovation fleet”: Customers will now test the electric truck in everyday use. The first eActros of the second phase will be supplied by the Dutch logistics service provider Simon Loos.
Albert Heijn to use electric vans in Amsterdam
The Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn will supply its customers in Amsterdam with electric transporters in the future. In a first step, 25 vehicles from the existing fleet of more than 400 VW Crafters were converted by Orten to electric drives.
Fastned launches shop & charge pilot at Albert Heijn supermarket
Fastned have joined up with Albert Heijn supermarkets in Amsterdam for a pilot project. They have now opened the first fast-charging station at the chain store with another two locations to follow. If the pilot project proves successful, both partners want to increase the number of stations at supermarkets.