MILFORD, MI - GGT Electric, an automotive engineering and manufacturing company based in Milford, Mich., said it has won one of South Carolina's first ever statewide contracts to bring low-speed electric vehicles (LSVs) to the state's automotive fleet.

GGT Electric E-Dyne van

GGT Electric E-Dyne van

The initial target of the contract calls for GGT to deliver 10 of the company’s E-Dyne all-electric passenger vans to the state of South Carolina for the first year, with the option for a second-year renewal for another 10 vans.

The all-electric, zero-emission E-Dyne Van will be used for a number of functions, including campus supervision, grounds maintenance, parking meter enforcement, personal transportation and light hauling.

"We're proud to have our electric vehicles operating in so many American institutions, and we're extremely excited to now have the great state of South Carolina as a new partner," said Ray Leduc, CEO of GGT Electric.

GGT Electric’s vehicles have also become part of fleets operated by such organizations as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the U.S. Veterans Administration, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Grand Canyon National Park, the University of Memphis and the U.S. Forestry Service, to name a few.

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