Capacity Trucks debuts electric terminal truck at ACT Expo

Capacity Trucks debuts electric terminal truck at ACT Expo

The Capacity EV terminal truck is powered by a Hyster-Yale electric powertrain and is available with an option of 130 kWh or 260 kWh lithium-ion battery.

Capacity Trucks debuted its new zero-emissions lithium-ion-powered terminal truck at the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo. This new electric terminal truck is the latest in Capacity’s zero-emissions line of products designed for port, intermodal and distribution/warehouse applications.

The Capacity EV terminal truck is powered by a Hyster-Yale electric powertrain and available with an option of 130 kWh or 260 kWh lithium-ion battery and, according to Capacity, is expected to operate for the length of a normal shift before recharging is needed, delivering consistent power and maximizing uptime. The company notes that the battery can be recharged in as short as one hour.

The truck is on display at Capacity’s ACT Expo booth #6788. Capacity’s Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric terminal truck, which debuted at TMC earlier this year, is also on display.

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