Fleetdrive Electric are proud sponsors of the Low Carbon Vehicle Transport zone at this year’s edie Live sustainability event. The huge diversity of industries and processes represented at the event fits well with Fleetdrive Electric’s industry-leading expertise and pioneering approach to helping the UK transition to zero-emission transport.
Fleetdrive Electric have been helping businesses to seamlessly integrate Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles within their fleet since 2011 and have delivered more than 1,000 ULEVs. These vehicles are now generating savings across fuel, Congestion Charge and taxation for clients whilst significantly reducing their carbon footprint, proving that sustainability is good for business.
Electric vehicles are the future, and now is the time to adopt a greener fleet strategy and start your organisation’s transition towards zero-emission transport. Visit stand M14 to take a look at the Nissan e-NV200 electric van, learn about the future of smart-charging technology and find out how Fleetdrive Electric can help you to successfully implement and manage long-term, sustainable solutions.
Our EV experts will be on hand to answer questions, and will also be providing advice clinics, a focused appointment to really explore specific challenges and questions tailored to each individual visitor. To request a 20-minute session of free, practical, expert advice to help you navigate your journey to smarter sustainable mobility, call 0330 303 2020 or visit www.fleetdrive-electric.com/edie-live-2017.
Fleetdrive Electric were shortlisted as a finalist for the Sustainable Transport Provider award at this year’s edie Sustainability Leaders Awards in recognition of the scale and pace we have been delivering our ambitious sustainability initiatives.
Mike Potter, Managing Director, says; “We believe that electric vehicles are the key to reducing our nation’s carbon footprint and hope to engage with key industry leaders at edie Live. Enabling business owners to make informed decisions about their transport choices and ways they can minimise their CO2 emissions is at the heart of everything we do.”