Alta eMobility, Nikola dealership expand service territory

Alta eMobility, Nikola dealership expand service territory

Alta eMobility partners with Nikola to expand in Michigan, offering electric, hydrogen fleets and charging solutions.

Alta eMobility and Nikola Corp. have announced an into Michigan to provide customers with electric and hydrogen fleets, workplace charging solutions, electrification business strategies, and resources to navigate funding and incentives. Through this agreement, Alta eMobility becomes the exclusive provider of sales and service for the Nikola Tre battery-electric vehicle (BEV) and the hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks in Michigan, which will expand the company’s Nikola dealer network to 12 states nationally, according to the company.

Alta eMobility’s expansion into Michigan works in partnership with the existing sales and service that Alta Equipment Group is already providing to customers in both the construction and material handling industries, according to the companies’ recent press release.

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