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Mitsubishi Fuso announces UPS as first commercial partner for eCanter electric truck

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As Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp., a part of Daimler Trucks, celebrated the global launch of the Fuso eCanter, Fuso announced its first U.S. commercial partner for the eCanter: UPS will use the zero-emission trucks with an eye to moving their fleet toward being more sustainable.

“At UPS, we constantly evaluate and deploy advanced technologies that enable sustainable, innovative solutions for our fleet,” said Carlton Rose, president of global fleet maintenance and engineering with UPS. “Electric trucks make our fleet both cleaner and quieter, adding to our already more than 8,500 alternative drivetrain vehicles in service today. We have a long-standing global relationship with Daimler, and we welcome the opportunity to trial the Fuso eCanter as UPS continues to realize the benefits of electric trucks.”

Fuso eCanter Electric Truck

Click here to watch our test drive of the Mitsubishi Fuso eCanter electric truck when we were at the Work Truck Show. 

In coordination with the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Fuso also will supply a fleet of local zero-emission Fuso eCanter trucks to New York based not-for-profits, including the Wildlife Conservation Society, New York Botanical Garden, Habitat for Humanity New York City, and Big Reuse Brooklyn.

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