Navistar partners with Quanta for EV infrastructure services

Navistar partners with Quanta for EV infrastructure services

Navistar and Quanta say they will analyze, forecast, plan and execute across customers’ electrification journeys.

Navistar has partnered with integrated infrastructure solutions partner Quanta Services to provide International Truck and IC Bus customers with a “comprehensive vehicle and charging infrastructure solution that enables fleets to implement battery-electric vehicles quickly and efficiently,” Navistar says.

The companies say the strategic partnership with Quanta will capitalize on Navistar’s three-step approach to delivering fully integrated eMobility solutions to customers: consulting, charging and deployment. Together, Navistar and Quanta say they will analyze, forecast, plan and execute across customers’ electrification journey.

“Quanta has enjoyed a longstanding relationship with Navistar as a key partner for medium and heavy-duty trucks and we look forward to expanding and enhancing our relationship through this innovative partnership,” said Duke Austin, president and chief executive officer, Quanta. “We believe this partnership is uniquely positioned to provide comprehensive EV solutions to Navistar’s customers that support their fleet electrification initiatives and enable the transition to a clean energy future. Further, we believe this partnership will serve as a catalyst to achieve Quanta and Navistar’s shared near-term goal of providing and building the safest medium and heavy-duty trucks in the market using the latest technologies starting in 2024.”

Navistar says its EV consulting process begins with establishing an EV roadmap for customers by hosting discovery workshops designed to understand fleet needs and concerns around electrification.

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