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Orange EV Files Initial Order for Electric Terminal Truck

June 03, 2015

Photo courtesy of Orange EV.
Photo courtesy of Orange EV.

Orange EV has filed an initial order for its T-Series electric terminal truck to be sent to manufacturing and distribution facilities in Chicago, the company announced.

“The market is clearly ready for zero-emission electric trucks, and Orange EV is the only firm with a zero-emission, plug-in terminal truck solution proven to do what customers need,” said Orange EV CEO Mike Saxton.

Orange EV’s electric terminal truck has been tested and proven in a range of fleet operating environments, including LTL freight transportation, distribution, manufacturing, and intermodal services, according to the company. The T-Series truck has also shown in typical applications that it can work for up to 24 hours on a single charge.

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