The certifications will allow Blue Arc customers in states with zero-emission truck regulations to apply for and receive incentives.
This new operation will serve truck dealers and fleet customers in surrounding states with expanded dealer sales and support.
Thanks to the expansion and installation of new equipment, the Charlotte location will have the capacity to produce 3,000 EVs per year.
The acquisition includes the option to extend employment opportunities to XL Fleet technical talent.
Medium-duty truck trends can be hard to pin down. After all, these trucks tackle a vast array of applications–from local pick-up and delivery vans running around every neighborhood across the country to municipal fleet trucks servicing utility lines. Think about it: Manufacturers build naked chassis just so that bodybuilders can dress it up with the
If EV range lends itself to short-route, return-to-home applications, then certainly they’d be prime equipment selections for medium-duty applications that many trucks, vans and chassis cabs configurations tackle on a daily basis. So where are they? Well, listen closely, because you might just hear the electric hum of the 2,000 Class 3 through 5 battery
Blue Arc EV Solutions made its debut in March with its commercial EV chassis, an all-electric Class 3 delivery walk-in van, and a portable, remote-controlled charging station, the Power Cube. Shyft recently announced the first pre-order for its all-electric Class 3, 4 and 5 walk-in delivery vans from Randy Marion Automotive Group, one of the
The widespread and steady growth of last mile operations has brought with it new and unique maintenance challenges for fleets operating light- and medium-duty delivery vehicles. One of the main issues, according to Grant Hilliard, client development manager for Utilimaster (a Shyft Group brand), is the limited access to vehicles due to the long hours
Blue Arc EV Solutions has made its debut alongside a trio of initial product offerings—a commercial grade EV chassis; an all-electric Class 3 delivery walk-in van; and a fully portable, remote-controlled charging station, the Power Cube. Shyft’s proprietary battery-powered chassis features customizable length and wheelbase, making it well-suited to serve a wide range of medium-duty
The Shyft Group announced it will reveal its all-new electric delivery vehicle on their proprietary, purpose-built Class 3 EV chassis at the NTEA Work Truck Week trade show taking place in Indianapolis from March 8-10. Using the company’s proprietary Work-Driven Design process, the electric vehicle is a purpose-built walk-in delivery van that will reach a
It’s fun to talk about the buzz of the last mile delivery segment, but you get to a point where you think: What is the actual growth and makeup of the segment, and what does that mean for fleets? For answers to those questions and a closer look at the booming trucking segment, I connected