Volta Trucks

13 May 2021 #TNB News #Truck

As part of its new Road-to-Zero Emissions Strategy, Volta Trucks will launch three new all-electric trucks, to complement the existing 16-tonne Volta Zero, by 2025. The manufacturer announced that additional 7.5-tonne, 12-tonne and 19-tonne electric trucks would provide a comprehensive

22 April 2021 #Other #TNB News

Volta Trucks has announced the appointment of Essa Al-Saleh as new CEO of Volta Trucks AB and Volta Trucks Ltd. Founder Carl-Magnus Norden has been appointed as Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors. Al-Saleh succeeds Rob Fowler, who stepped

17 December 2020 #TNB News #Truck

Refrigerated truck rental company Petit Forestier Group has committed to making its rental fleet 100% electric from 2022. The first step has been to agree the purchase of 1,000 Volta Zero 16-tonne zero-emission commercial vehicles, which is Volta Trucks’ largest

20 August 2020 #Features & Interviews #TNB News

Leading the charge at Volta Trucks, CEO Rob Fowler has over a decade of experience in the logistics sector. We speak to him about the fully-electric commercial vehicle manufacturer’s plans for the future and the introduction of its first vehicle,

05 August 2020 #TNB News #Truck

DPD will kick off a trial with electric vehicles from Volta Trucks in early 2021. The trucks, exclusively powered by electric, will operate within London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone and support DPD’s Westminster micro-depot strategy. The Volta Zero 16-tonne electric

02 July 2020 #Bus and Coach #TNB News

Volta Trucks’ first purpose-built full-electric large freight distribution vehicle – Volta Zero – has been selected for a trial by Scandinavian parcel, cargo and mail company, Bring and Posten. The Volta Zero will be extensively tested across Bring and Posten’s

30 October 2019 #Aftermarket #CV Sector #News #TNB News #Truck

Prodrive – the UK engineering specialist best known for its work in motorsport and its winning association with the late rally legend Colin McRae – is working with Volta Trucks to help engineer its revolutionary 16-tonne electric HGV. The new

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