Three different electric models will be built in Ghent: the Volvo FH, the Volvo FM and the Volvo FMX Electric.
According to PACCAR, the facility will have the capacity to store over 80,000 different parts.
Behind the wheel of Volvo Trucks’s zero-emissions European lineup and what it might mean for the U.S.
Both zero-emission vehicles feature longer range and short refueling time compared to battery electric models, the company notes.
The autonomous transport solution developed for Brönnöy Kalk consists of seven fully autonomous Volvo FH trucks and V.A.S.’s in-house developed virtual driver.
Linde Canada is building its own LNG supply and infrastructure to integrate the Volvo FH trucks into its fleet.
Caddeo started with Hunter on July 1, following the retirement of Paolo Molinari.
The Global MOU is an agreement to reach 100% new zero-emission truck and bus sales by the year 2040.
Westport Fuel Systems chosen as LPG systems supplier for global OEM, Euro 7 platforms included.
ConMet is integrating the intellectual property and employees dedicated to in-wheel motor technology.
By 2030, Bosch plans to generate sales of roughly $5.3 billion with hydrogen technology.
The companies will collaborate to pair Mitsubishi Fuso EVs with Ample’s Modular Battery Swapping technology.