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ChargePoint to provide EV charging infrastructure, training for Isuzu electric trucks

Isuzu announced in March that it will introduce the 2025 NRR EV, a Class 5 battery electric truck, in early 2024.

Southeastern Freight Lines opens Austin, Texas service center 

The new center consists of 120 dock doors and 57 associates.

Propane Education, Research Council partners with Stanadyne, Katech to achieve lower-emissions transport

The engine technology can also utilize renewable propane, which has a carbon intensity four times lower than conventional diesel.

Twin Rivers Unified School District fields one of the largest electric school bus fleets

The fleet’s lower prices and operating costs are coupled with the sustainability benefits.

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Mullen’s first Class 3 production vehicles roll off the assembly line

Class 3 production capacity at Mullen’s Tunica facility is currently planned at 3,000 vehicles annually per shift.

Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A. announces new president and CEO, COO

Davey Jung succeeds Masamichi Mizukoshi, who retired from Hino.

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ProMaxx Tool introduces fuel injector puller kits

According to the company, each of the three available kits are constructed to withstand professional use and are engineered to resist bending, cracking.

Mullen announces Class 3 EV production start

Mullen will be gradually ramping up production rate over the course of September through December.

Light commercial vehicles drive rapid EV growth in China

In May, total sales of new energy light commercial vehicles exceeded 17,000 units, a year-on-year increase of 133%.

IC Bus, ASE to sponsor students for electric truck, bus safety certification

The purpose of the standards is to provide guidance, document and establish electrical safety requirements.

Western Global releases FuelCube Type-S for jobsite refueling

The FuelCube Type-S offers security with a lockable equipment cabinet to protect the pump and feed/return lines.

Electric yard trucks are a key part of Hirschbach’s yard service future

Quieter, cleaner operation is pushing EV yard tractor growth in the company’s yard management solutions offering.