WORKHORSE ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Workhorse, founded in 2007 as AMP Electric Vehicles is the largest supplier of Step Vans to customers such as UPS. The company started by experimenting with adding batteries to two seater roadsters, very much at the same time as Tesla with the Tesla Roadster. In 2010 the company started an agreement with Navistar the repower 1,000 cubic feet commercial step vans. The company is listed on the NASDAQ since 2010. The company’s base is in Ohio and its major products are the electric step vans, the electric pickup, and autonomous delivery drones.
WORKHORSE EV SALES
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WORKHORSE ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN THE NEWS
2017 Week 18 - Workhorse partners with Ryder
Workhorse and Ryder Systems announced a 10-year strategic partnership agreement under which Ryder — a leader in commercial fleet management, dedicated transportation, and supply chain solutions — will become the primary distributor and provider of service and support for Workhorse light and medium duty range-extended electric vehicles in North America. Ryder will also join the Workhorse W-15 leadership council.
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