February 25, 2013
“This is an exciting time for EVI, and consumers worldwide,” says Ricky Hanna, president and CEO. “We’re proud to provide a commercial zero emission solution for today’s goods movement industry that sets the stage for stable and sustainable fleet management for decades to come.”
EVI says several states, including California and New York and most recently the City of Chicago, have begun offering much needed deployment incentives to companies willing to be early adopters of electric medium-duty trucks. EVI also is currently considering expanding its enterprise in to the Midwest over the long-term so we can continue growing its customer base. The company says it is excited to be working with several companies actively looking to expand their electric vehicle fleets.
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