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DP World and Einride to pilot autonomous electric trucks at Dubai container port

Commercial EV builder Einride is working with DP World, a provider of supply chain solutions headquartered in Dubai, to electrify inter-terminal container flows at Jebel Ali Port, which is said to be the 10th busiest port in the world. Starting at the end of 2024, DP World plans to deploy a fleet of 100 electric… Read more »

Einride opens 65-plug heavy-duty EV charging site near California ports

Freight mobility company Einride has opened a charging hub for heavy-duty EVs in Lynwood, California. Einride’s Smartcharger Station has 65 chargers, and can charge up to 200 vehicles a day. The site was built in collaboration with charging infrastructure developer Voltera. The charging station, which is strategically located near the Ports of Los Angeles and… Read more »

GE Appliances deploys Einride electric trucks in US Southeast

GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, is deploying a fleet of electric freight vehicles on routes between the company’s warehouses and manufacturing facilities in Kentucky, Georgia and Tennessee. The company says the move will increase efficiency and reliability, and lower the cost of moving manufacturing materials and components in a critical segment of its supply… Read more »

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Maersk to deploy 300 electric trucks in partnership with Einride

Global shipping giant Maersk plans to add 300 electric trucks to its North American network. The initial batch of e-trucks will consist of Class 8 8TT Gen 3 models from BYD. The trucks will be delivered between 2023 and 2025 for use by Maersk’s North American warehousing, distribution and transportation business. They will be operated… Read more »

Food company Mars to order 300 electric heavy-duty trucks

Some may think of Mars as a candy company (your correspondent has a weakness for peanut M&Ms), but it’s a food industry giant that owns 50 global brands, and operates a large truck fleet. Now the company has announced plans to put 300 heavy-duty electric trucks into operation in Europe by 2030, in partnership with… Read more »

Range Energy’s smart trailers boost electric truck range

Towing has always been a sore point with EVs—towing a trailer inevitably eats into range, and towing a massive semi-trailer requires a tractor with a massive battery pack. But what if the trailer itself could share the burden? That’s the idea behind Range Energy, which is developing a trailer that’s equipped with a battery pack,… Read more »

Freight expert David Cebon on electric vs hydrogen

David Cebon is a Cambridge professor who has dedicated decades to transport research, and the current Director of the Centre for Sustainable Road Freight. In a recent interview for Einride, a Swedish provider of autonomous electric trucks, Cebon discussed his research into the pros and cons of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles versus battery-electric vehicles for… Read more »