From zero-alcohol Guinness to the emission-free transportation Diageo, Guinness owners have announced plans to introduce their first zero-emission Maxus eDeliver 3 vehicle into their iconic vehicle this summer. This allows consumers to enjoy the beautiful and delicious pints of Guinness. The goal is that 70% of quality fleets will be zero emissions by the end of 2025 and 100% by the end of 10 years.
Guinness already has a zero-emission vehicle, which is only used in breweries. This week it is being used in a Guinness tanker test to transport bulk beer from St. James Gate to Dublin Port. This helps determine if it can be used to transport heavy goods across the brewery.
In addition, Guinness will add four zero-emission trucks to the fleet later this year. It has been used in another test to deliver barrels to the city of Dublin’s hospitality industry and has the ambition to expand further if successful.
From Guinness Stout Note to SAIC Emission Drought
https://fleet.ie/from-guinness-stout-nought-to-maxus-emission-drought/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=from-guinness-stout-nought-to-maxus-emission-drought From Guinness Stout Note to SAIC Emission Drought