Warburtons delivers with electric truck

24 August, 2010

Warburtons is using a new electric-powered truck to make greener and quieter deliveries across central London.

The ‘Zeroed’ all-electric vehicle has a range of around 80 miles before it needs to be recharged, and will be based at Warburtons' Enfield bakery in north London.

Mark Sutcliffe, group transport manager, said: “As everything is run by battery, the truck produces zero emissions and hardly makes a sound. It has also been designed to make maximum use of the available stored electricity and the motor system is around twice as energy-efficient as an equivalent diesel engine.”

The truck, which has a 95 kWh lithium iron phosphate battery pack underneath the body, uses a fully insulated design, which will help keep the temperature stable during delivery runs. It also incorporates a number of features to help reduce noise levels when unloading.





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