Logistics just doesn’t work that way. If it were, the size of the hubs would be enormous, and various products would have much delayed transit, pushing the price up for everyone.
HGVs are a difficult nut to crack, but I suspect green hydrogen may be the answer here’s in the short medium term until battery technology moves on.
Absolutely agree batteries aren't the answer on HGVs - weight being the key issue. You can already see this issue with cars, where to use a practical example the Hyundai Ioniq as a hybrid has a minimum kerb weight of 1359kg, as a battery a minimum kerb weight of 1420kg and as a plug in hybrid of 1495kg - whereas an equivalent Ford Focus has a minimum kerb weight of 1235kg - so a weight increase of 10-20% - that's not going to be acceptable for HGVs to increase their weight by that much.