Go-Station hosts electric drayage truck pull and EV demo event at Georgia port

Charging company Go-Station will host an electric drayage truck pull at the Port Fuel Center (PFC), located at the twin container ports Garden City Terminal and Ocean Terminal, near Savannah, Georgia. Garden City Terminal is the fourth busiest container handling facility in the US.

The truck pull, organized by Go-Station in partnership with PFC and commercial EV provider Current, will take place on the first day of Demo Days 2024, which runs from 6 am to noon EST on May 9th and 10th. Demo Days will offer opportunities to view the latest heavy-duty electric trucks, ask questions of EV and charging experts, and learn about available low-cost options for fleets to go electric.

Attendees at Demo Days will include state and local policymakers, and execs from Georgia and South Carolina port authorities and related businesses.

“As Go-Station continues to solve the current consumer and commercial industry EV infrastructure challenge by deploying charging stations across the US and Canada, we are heavily focused on the heart of commercial transport at port fuel centers, airports and distribution hubs,” said Andrew Hisey, Go-Station’s President and CEO. “Watching the first electric drayage truck pull at the Port Fuel Center will be a significant step in the right direction.”

“Delivering zero-emission freight from Georgia Ports is a key signal to consumers, carriers and corporates alike that the technology has arrived,” said Current CEO Pip Decker. “Today, in partnership with Go-Station, we can enable operators to safely deliver zero-emission miles with industry-leading technology from major truck manufacturers.”

Hosted by Go-Station, Current, and the Port Fuel Center, Demo Days 2024 will take place at Port Fuel Center at 5712 Augusta Road, Port Wentworth, GA 31407 on May 9th and 10th, 2024 from 6 am to noon EST.

Source: Go-Station


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