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TCS&D Show seminars
2017/09/13
September 11, 2017
Coventry, UK: Waitrose’s sustainable approach to temperature-controlled transport will be among key discussion topics during the seminars at this year’s TCS&D exhibition.
 
Justin Laney, general manager of fleet at the John Lewis Partnership, will detail the benefits Waitrose has gained from introducing bio-methane trucks to its fleet, including reduced carbon emissions, improved air quality and reduced noise. After successful trials last year, the business has just committed to more than quadrupling the number of bio-methane trucks in its fleet - from 12 to 53 - by the end of 2017.
 
“Our business is committed to helping the environment and the John Lewis Partnership has a long history of using alternative fuels,” says Laney.
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