Bread Factory unveils electric vans

01 May, 2012

London artisan bakery The Bread Factory revealed its new fleet of electric delivery vans at its base in Hendon yesterday (Monday 30 April).

The firm, which supplies a number of high-end restaurants, hotels and contract caterers, makes over 900 daily deliveries across London.

It said the new zero-emission vans would reduce the bakery’s carbon footprint and impact on the environment.

Dean Arbel, managing director of The Bread Factory, said: “We’re passionate about making a difference in what we do and this new delivery method supports our other green initiatives. These include using free-range eggs throughout the business, sourcing locally wherever possible and an ambitious recycling programme.

He added: “As well as helping us become more environmentally friendly, these great new vans, with our branding featured prominently on them, will be a moving canvas promoting us throughout London.”  






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