Volvo Trucks reported that it got a record request of 110 electric trucks from Maersk, and that large number of trucks ought to be conveyed by ahead of schedule one year from now.

Business electric truck arrangement is quickly developing, and Volvo Trucks is arising as a pioneer.

The organization is focusing on half of its trucks to be electric by 2030.

Recently, the organization divulged its second-age VNR Electric trucks with greater batteries, added range, and new designs.

It’s as of now settling up with another huge request from Maersk.

The calculated monster is requesting 110 Volvo VNR Electric trucks:

Volvo Trucks in North America has won a request for 110 Volvo VNR Electric trucks from the worldwide strategies organization Maersk. The arrangement adds to a past request of 16 vehicles of similar model and denotes the single biggest business request to date for Volvo’s electric trucks.

The Volvo VNR Electric that the organization is requesting has a working scope of up to 440 km (275 miles) and energy stockpiling of up to 565kWh. The truck can be 80% accused in an hour and a half of the six-battery bundle and an hour with the four-battery design.

The trucks will be in Volvo Trucks’ New River Valley plant in Virginia and conveyances will begin this year, and the entire request ought to be conveyed by the principal quarter 2023.

Peter Voorhoeve, leader of Volvo Trucks North America, remarked on the declaration:

Volvo Trucks is eager to keep working together with Maersk on its armada maintainability objectives and to assume a critical part in the association’s proceeded with scaled interests in electromobility arrangements.

Neither Volvo nor Maersk remarked on the expense of the trucks, yet the electric armada will be utilized in California, where the state offers critical motivations to send electric trucks.

This isn’t Maersk’s first move to energize its armada. Last week, the organization reported that it is requesting 300 Einride electric trucks.

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