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Electra secures funding for development of temperature-controlled battery electric truck with 800km range
Electra Commercial Vehicles has unveiled an ambitious plans to develop a temperature-controlled battery electric vehicle (BEV) with a range of 800 kilometers on a single charge.
ALDI Nord expands sustainability efforts with addition of 10 electric Volvo trucks
ALDI Nord, a leading supermarket chain, has taken a significant step towards sustainability by integrating ten electric trucks from Volvo Trucks into its fleet.
Scania transforms production in Södertälje to focus on electric vehicle manufacture
Scania has announced it is stopping production at its Södertälje factory to prepare for the shift to electric vehicle production.
Ferronordic e-Rental secures 23 Million euro funding for electric truck investments
Ferronordic e-Rental, a German provider of sustainable transport solutions, has received a substantial funding of up to 23 million euros from the German Federal Ministry of Transport.
Quantron expands into Italy with acquisition of Eyes Group
Quantron continues its growth plans with a move in to Italy and announces plans for a collaboration with ETO Motors in India.
H2Accelerate sets out progress of hydrogen powered trucking
The H2Accelerate collaboration has published the latest in a series of whitepapers in support of the use of hydrogen for long-haul trucking in Europe.
Volta Trucks and Petit Forestier collaborate to provide rental and leasing solutions
Petit Forestier, a European refrigeration hire company, is expanding its partnership with Volta Trucks.
Einride partners with UAE government for largest autonomous and electric fleet deployment in the region
Einride’s impressive growth plan continues with a major collaboration with the UAE Government to bring sustainable logistics to the region.
Ceva Logistics accelerates sustainability goals by expanding electric fleet by 1,450
Ceva Logistics, a leading global logistics company, has announced its ambitious plans to expand its fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) to 1,450 by the end of 2025.
Daimler and Toyota collaborate to develop advanced technologies and merge FUSO and Hino
Daimler Truck, Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (MFTBC), Hino Motors, and Toyota Motor Corporation will merge MFTBC and Hino to accelerate the development of advanced technologies.