The companies will collaborate to pair Mitsubishi Fuso EVs with Ample’s Modular Battery Swapping technology.
The RY01C delivers excellent wet performance, thus providing environmental, safety, and handling improvements.
Daimler Truck, MFTBC, Hino, and Toyota will collaborate toward achieving carbon neutrality and creating a widening mobility offering.
This Fuso Canter special mobile library is bringing literature to life… literally.
At Clark’s Truck Center, Wade Eagle is leading a service department focused on providing customers with higher uptime and greater value.
In medium-duty commercial operations, safety systems are becoming more important and prevalent as fleets seek to reduce the risk of their trucks being involved in accidents, to improve the safety of drivers and to potentially lower insurance costs.
When Mark Smith, program manager of technology integration with the Vehicle Technologies Office at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, spoke on the subject of fleet electrification at the recent Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference, part of his presentation covered the 21st Century Truck Partnership. The 21CTP, he noted,
BorgWarner will supply its HVH250 electric motor and eGearDrive transmission for the initial launch of the Fuso eCanter all-electric truck. The eCanter is in production now, and according to Fuso, more than 200 third-generation units are being tested in urban areas. “For several years, BorgWarner’s engineers worked closely with Fuso on this milestone project,” said
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp. (MFTBC), a part of Daimler Trucks, unveiled E-Fuso, a new brand exclusively dedicated to electric mobility of trucks and buses. MFTBC also celebrated the world premiere of its all-electric heavy-duty truck concept, named E-Fuso Vision One. “Our E-Fuso Vision One is an outlook on a feasible all-electric heavy-duty truck,”
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
Knowing that the current low prices of diesel won’t last forever, cost-conscious fleets in medium-duty segments are starting to look toward alternative sources of fuel for the future. This year, there have been several big announcements involving electric trucks, including Mitsubishi Fuso bringing a limited-production line of fully electric trucks, known as the eCanter, to
We know it’s not easy to keep up with everything that happens in the world of trucking. So here are the biggest stories from October focused on the latest truck trends, all in one place. 5. Fleets are seeing the benefits of traction control technology The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will require full-stability technology on most