Xos leverages its proprietary applied sciences to offer business fleets with zero-emission autos which might be simpler to take care of and extra cost-efficient on a complete price of possession (TCO) foundation than their inside combustion engine counterparts. Three autos are being delivered to UniFirst’s Southern California location for use for buyer supply routes within the area.
Xos, Inc., a maker of Class 5 by means of Class 8 battery-electric autos and powertrains, and supplier of charging infrastructure and fleet administration software program, introduced March 8 it has delivered three autos to UniFirst as a part of an preliminary rollout of autos bought by the workwear and textile service firm.
The three autos will probably be delivered to UniFirst’s Southern California location in Santa Fe Springs for use for buyer supply routes within the area.
Michael Croatti, govt vp of operations for UniFirst, stated in a information launch, “We’re constantly working to scale back our environmental impression and transitioning our fleet from diesel to electrical is vital to us. The autos from Xos will assist us scale back our general emission output.”
The Xos autos heading to Santa Fe Springs, California are the primary out of a number of that will probably be delivered to UniFirst areas throughout the US. Within the second half of 2022, further autos will probably be delivered to a UniFirst location in Boston, Massachusetts.
Jose Castañeda, vp of enterprise improvement at Xos, stated, “UniFirst’s management in transitioning their diesel fleet to electrical ushers in optimistic advantages from each a enterprise and environmental perspective.”
Video of the UniFirst automobile supply on Xos’ YouTube web page here.
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