Here at Fleet Equipment, we’ve been covering electrification for a long time, and every time the subject comes up, without fail, one of the first questions asked is which applications will make the most sense for EVs. Again and again the answer comes back: last mile—and there are very good reasons for that. “Last-mile delivery
Thermo King has partnered with Chanje, a company that creates sustainable solutions to improve the last-mile industry, to create a fully integrated refrigerated version of its V8100 all-electric last-mile delivery van.
FedEx makes the largest commercial electric vehicle purchase in the U.S., continues the zero-emissions trend
In a groundbreaking decision, FedEx Corp. is expanding its fleet to include 1,000 new electric vehicles. The Chanje V8100 medium-duty electric panel vans will be operated by FedEx Express in commercial and residential pick-up and delivery services in California. FedEx is purchasing 100 of the vehicles from Chanje Energy and leasing 900 from Ryder System.
FedEx Corp. has announced that its fleet will add 1,000 Chanje V8100 electric delivery vehicles. The company will purchase 100 of the vehicles from Chanje Energy Inc., and lease 900 from Ryder System, Inc. The electric vehicles will be operated by FedEx Express for commercial and residential pick-up and delivery services in the United States. “FedEx
Ryder System Inc. has started to take delivery of 125 medium-duty electric panel vans from Chanje Energy, now available for lease or rent. The Chanje all-electric large delivery style van is equipped to haul up to 6,000 lbs. and up to 580 cu. ft. of cargo, all with zero vehicle exhaust emissions. Ryder also plans
Chanje, a newly announced electric vehicle company, is partnering with eMotorWerks to deliver an energy-as-a-service (EaaS) program to its commercial fleet customers with a smart charging platform. The fleet operating system Chanje is deploying with the eMotorWerks JuiceNet platform employs automated, multi-tiered control algorithms and load balancing to allow multiple charging stations to operate simultaneously
With global regulations emphasizing low or zero emissions within densely populated urban areas and the continued development of electric drive train technology, the current climate within the electrical vehicle space is crackling. So much so that the industry’s tried-and-true diesel engine manufacturer, Cummins, has thrown a host of time, money and, pardon the pun, energy
When Ryder System announced it would become the exclusive sales channel partner and service provider for Chanje, a new California-based medium-duty electric vehicle manufacturer, the message it sent was loud and clear. “Electric vehicle technology is advancing rapidly,” says Ryder Chief Technology and Procurement Officer Scott Perry. “The number of configurations is expanding, along with
Chanje, a newly formed California-based commercial electric vehicle and energy solutions company, has announced plans to introduce a medium-duty all-electric truck available at mass scale in the U.S. market. This initial medium-duty vehicle already has volume orders and will be delivered later this year, the company said. The new company will be led by Chief Executive