With the EU Commission pushing for the adoption of zero-emissions vehicles and plans to reduce emissions levels from transport to 40% below those of 1990, Shell says fleet managers must strive to improve energy efficiency by 27% by 2030, to align with industry targets.
The report, called ‘European heavy-duty fleet and intelligent maintenance: Delivering a competitive edge’, highlights some of the potential solutions and opportunities for HGV fleet managers.
Working with Roberto Paganuzzi, Shell’s European technical manager, the report looks at how emerging technologies and premium lubricants can be integrated into existing fleet management budgets and practices.
Paganuzzi says: “For the first time, you can highly personalise your maintenance regimes. With high-performance lubricants, fleet managers can customise the running environment for individual components, with huge benefits for running expenses.”
The report also marks the launch of Shell Driveline, a new suite of products and services, aimed at helping fleet managers to “get more from every part of the vehicle” – not just engines, but also transmissions, hydraulic systems and every lubrication point in the truck.
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