Piedmont Truck Center becomes GreenPower commercial dealer

Piedmont Truck Center becomes GreenPower commercial dealer

Piedmont Truck Center currently partners with Ford commercial trucks, Western Star, TICO terminal trucks and Dennis Eagle refuse trucks.

GreenPower Motor Company Inc. has appointed Piedmont Truck Center as its dealer for commercial vehicle sales and service in The Triangle of North Carolina. Piedmont Truck Center currently partners with four manufacturers in the commercial truck industry – Ford commercial trucks, Western Star (a division of Daimler Trucks North America), TICO terminal trucks and Dennis Eagle refuse trucks.

“We are very fortunate to now partner with GreenPower Motor Company, a leader in purpose-built, all-electric vehicles,” said Scott Pharr, president of Piedmont Truck Center. “With the current evolution occurring in the commercial vehicle industry, moving to more zero-emission vehicles, we will now be able to offer our customers the best solution in cargo delivery and passenger transportation all-electric vehicles. GreenPower offers one of the best solutions to those customers who want to seek an answer to operating their businesses while being a good steward to our world by deploying zero-emission vehicles.”

You May Also Like

GM invests in Niron Magnetics for EV motor magnets

GM will co-develop sustainable magnets with Niron Magnetics using iron nitride for potential use in future GM EV motors.

Niron Magnetics Investment

General Motors (GM) has entered a strategic partnership and investment in Niron Magnetics, a company that has developed a sustainable magnet material free of rare earth minerals for use in electric vehicle (EV) motors. The technology aims to reduce the cost and environmental impact of materials currently used in EV motor magnets, GM said.

Daimler Truck North America partners with Hexagon Purus

Hexagon Purus’ zero-emission technology will be integrated into a battery electric vocational Freightliner eM2.

Loblaw adopts Volvo VNR electric trucks for grocery transport

The largest food/pharmacy retailer in Canada has selected Volvo’s VNR Electric for grocery delivery in Montreal.

Is deep-sea mining really needed for EV batteries?

The Blue Climate Initiative said next-gen batteries, now a third of the global EV market, reduce reliance on seabed metals.

asTech expands remote OEM solutions to include Tesla

asTech’s diagnostic devices now offer over 99% coverage for authentic remote OEM scans on Tesla vehicles.


Other Posts

Range Energy releases technology testing results

Preliminary results by MVTS revealed Range Energy’s technology achieves 36.9% fuel efficiency.

DTNA delivers 20 BEV eCascadia Freightliners to Reyes Coca-Cola

Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling said the 20 DTNA eCascadias are expected to reduce the use of 40,000 gallons of diesel fuel per year.

Einride initiates full-time autonomous electric freight operations

Einride’s continuous autonomous electric freight will be shipping between GE Appliances’ facilities.

NACFE tests electric truck performance across depot operations

The event, called Run on Less Electric – DEPOT, tracked 22 battery-electric trucks across 10 depots from September 11-29.