Alta Equipment Group launches Alta eMobility business to provide fleet electrification solutions

Alta Equipment Group launches Alta eMobility business to provide fleet electrification solutions

Alta Equipment Group recently announced the launch of Alta eMobility, a new business segment formed to handle every step–from funding sources to maintenance–in converting truck fleets and heavy equipment to electric power.

Alta eMobility will provide service to customers by executing custom programs built upon systems and solutions available in the market to electrify, charge, operate and optimize fleets. Alta eMobility will also lead trucking and equipment companies through the entire electrification process from strategy and funding to execution, sales, service and maintenance.

As part of its service offerings, Alta eMobility will be the primary dealer and service provider for Nikola tractors in the Arizona, New Jersey, New England, New York and Pennsylvania regions. Through its agreement with Nikola, Alta eMobility will be responsible for sales, service, commissioning and infrastructure installation.

Alta eMobility is currently operating with its headquarters in Livonia, Mich. and facilities in Phoenix, Ariz. and Syracuse, New York, serving customers in the Midwest, southwest and east coast regions.

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