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The Use Case For Medium-Duty Box Trucks

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Industry Engagement Director North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)

Electric/hybrid MD & HD commercial trucks are just entering the marketplace. With over 3 decades of experience introducing new technologies to the trucking industry, it is a pleasure to be...

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The fourth and final segment report from Run on Less - Electric is now published and available to download at no cost. Medium-Duty Box Trucks are ready for depot charging and fleet deployment.  What makes these battery electric trucks unique and therefore challenging is the fact that virtually all MD trucks go from the truck assembly plant to a body builder to have the body. These bodies range from very simple dry box vans to highly complicated ariel lifts, fire trucks and snowplows/salt spreaders.

Download the report at no cost from : Electric Trucks Have Arrived: The Use Case for Medium-Duty Box Trucks - North American Council for Freight Efficiency (nacfe.org)

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