12 January: Today Guinness announced plans to introduce the first zero emission vehicles into its iconic Quality fleet from this summer, driven by a team of dedicated and passionate experts who work to make sure consumers can enjoy beautiful, great tasting pints of Guinness. The ambition is for 70% of the Quality fleet to be zero emission by the end of 2025, and 100% by the end of the decade.
Guinness already has a zero emission vehicle, which is used exclusively at the brewery. This week, it is being used in a trial to transport bulk beer in the Guinness tankers from St James's Gate to Dublin Port, which will help determine if it can be used to transport heavy goods beyond the brewery.
Additionally, Guinness will be adding four zero emission trucks later this year to its fleet which will be used in a separate trial to deliver kegs to the hospitality trade in Dublin City, with an ambition to extend further if successful.
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