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Justin Laney, Partner and General Manager of Central Transport at the John Lewis Partnership, discusses the steps that they are taking to make deliveries sustainable.

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Justin Laney Partner and General Manager of Central Transport - John Lewis Partnership
Justin manages the John Lewis Partnership fleet of 4,500 commercial vehicles and 900 cars. The fleet is recognised for leading in innovation, and has reduced its diesel consumption by 45% through efficiency measures and alternative fuels. Headline commitments include running all heavy-duty trucks on biomethane by 2028, being free of fossil fuels by 2030 and achieving a zero-carbon fleet by 2035. Justin’s career started with London Transport (Buses), having obtained a BEng at Liverpool University. He also worked at UPS for 20 years, managing fleets in EMEA as well as the UK. Justin is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, a Director of the Zemo Partnership, and Chair of the Centre for Sustainable Road Freight (SRF) Industrial Committee. He has won numerous awards, mainly for fleet sustainability, including being Motor Transport Magazine’s Decarbonisation Power Player for 2022.