This year’s show floor was electric — literally — with about 20 manufacturers exhibiting electric vehicles or electric chassis. Connected technologies, product enhancements for the final mile, lightweighting and aerodynamics improvements, and new fleet electrification services also grabbed the spotlight.
March 14, 2022
Fleets looking to order an F-150 Lightning in the first wave must have entered their interest as a “hand-raiser” with a valid FIN on Ford’s website. Additional reservation holders will be invited in phases to order over the next few months.
January 4, 2022
With the need to minimize carbon footprints, match the right fleet vehicle to the task, and maneuver in increasingly congested areas, fleets could use the FUV from Arcimoto in a growing number of niche applications. Mark Frohnmayer, the company’s founder and CEO, lays out the plan.
December 9, 2021
This year’s agenda had a heavy focus on electrification, but also on the growth of autonomous transportation, the transformation of the automotive supply chain, using predictive analytics to drive efficiencies in maintenance, and how to harness data for multiple fleet processes.
November 29, 2021
Ford Pro Charging’s Muffi Ghadiali explains how increasing grid demands necessitate fleets and utilities working together to reduce peak load with local battery storage, renewables, and bidirectional power from EVs themselves.
November 22, 2021
Bolt’s Dual Level Charge Cord allows for Level 2 charging on a 240v three-pronged dryer plug — a smart option for organizations with temporary employees or those in leased or rented complexes.
October 8, 2021
Learn how fleets can start taking steps towards electrification as Chris Brown sits down with Eric Foellmer of XL Fleet to discuss all the options in this episode of Fleet Momentum.
July 7, 2021
A day after filing an amended 10-K that casts doubt on the electric-truck maker’s survival into 2022, the company said it has “multiple avenues to raise capital."
June 9, 2021