Mar 9, 2023 - 01:35 pm
Mack Trucks presents second electric vehicle model
US commercial vehicle manufacturer Mack Trucks, part of the Volvo Group, has unveiled its second battery-electric model. Similarly to its diesel counterpart launched in 2020, the medium-duty Mack MD Electric will compete in US vehicle classes 6 and 7.
Feb 20, 2023 - 02:47 pm
Mack Trucks partners with Heliox and Gilbarco
In the USA, Mack Trucks has entered charging infrastructure partnerships with Heliox and Gilbarco Veeder-Root. The agreements should enable customer adoption of battery-electric vehicles such as the Mack LR Electric, Mack’s first fully electric Class 8 refuse truck.
May 16, 2022 - 04:22 pm
Mack Trucks sell three electric refuse vehicles in Florida
Mack Trucks today announced that the City of Ocala, Florida, purchased two electric refuse vehicles to add to its solid waste management fleet. Miami-Dade County, also Florida, made the same decision and opted for Mack’s garbage truck of type Mack LR.
Feb 14, 2022 - 03:45 pm
Mack launches VaaS scheme for e-trucks
US commercial vehicle manufacturer Mack Trucks has launched a new Vehicle-as-a-Service (VaaS) program. Essentially an all-inclusive leasing scheme, the company hopes to help customers manage expenses associated with acquiring the Mack LR Electric truck and integrate it into existing warranties.
Dec 21, 2021 - 12:04 pm
Mack Trucks starts production of heavy electric trucks
The US commercial vehicle manufacturer Mack Trucks, part of the Volvo Group, has started series production of its first all-electric heavy-duty truck at its plant in Macungie, Pennsylvania. The first orders have been placed since June.
Jun 30, 2021 - 04:21 pm
New York orders Mack Trucks’ e-refuse trucks
Volvo Group’s subsidiary Mack Trucks has announced that the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) plans to purchase seven Mack LR Electric refuse models that are to operate in each of the city’s boroughs.
Apr 23, 2018 - 03:52 pm
Volvo Trucks to share battery technology
Volvo Trucks, that is due to launch its first all-electric semi next year, says it wants to market the battery technology across brands in order to reduce cost. They would not only share their tech with trucks though but also with buses and heavy industries.