PostalSort introduces all-electric van in Belfast

PostalSort, part of Northern Ireland’s PostalGroup, has introduced the first all-electric postal delivery van to the streets of Belfast.

In a statement sent to Post&Parcel today (24 August), Group CEO John Hughes said: “We have been doing extensive research and trials over the last couple of years and have found the Nissan eNV200 to be the best compromise between load capacity and battery range.

“These all electric delivery vehicles will allow us to provide the companies and organisations of Northern Ireland with a local business post and parcel service that will not only save money but will ‘do our bit’ towards saving the planet.”

 

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