Workhorse Stories February 25

The Postmaster General for the United States Postal Service (USPS) recently committed to 10% of its new fleet going full-electric. The upgrade was announced this past week and will replace 50,000-165,000 vehicles over the next 10 years. The USPS’ current ICE lineup of LLV’s (long-life vehicles) is near 30 years old.

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Workhorse Stories January 4

Workhorse Group, a company focusing on commercial sales of last-mile electric delivery vans, has received an order for 6,320 all-electric vans. The order comes from Pride Group Enterprises, a company that focuses on equipment sales, rental, and leasing for the logistics industry.

While 6,320 doesn’t seem like an astounding number at first blush, it’s much larger than Workhorse’s planned production this year, which was around 1,800 units.

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Workhorse Stories November 7, 2019

GM’s Lordstown, Ohio, plant has been sold to an EV startup, “Lordstown Motors Corp.,” which is affiliated with Workhorse Group, the company behind the Workhorse W-15 plug-in pickup truck.

Workhorse shares no ownership with Lordstown Motors Corp., but the two companies are affiliated. They plan to share intellectual property, and Workhorse’s ex-CEO Steve Burns is now CEO of Lordstown Motors.

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Workhorse Stories June 11, 2019

Electric vehicle maker and prospective GM Lordstown plant buyer Workhorse has received $25 million in financing, which it will use for general working capital and backlog production of its N-Gen electric delivery van.

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Workhorse Stories May 28, 2019

Earlier this month, President Trump tweeted that GM would be selling its shuttered Lordstown, Ohio plant to electric truck maker Workhorse. But a new report paints a concerning picture of what’s happening at Workhorse, casting doubt on both the deal and the company itself.

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Workhorse Stories May 8, 2019

Donald Trump tweeted today that GM would be selling its recently shuttered Lordstown, Ohio plant to Workhorse to build electric trucks.

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Workhorse Stories October 17, 2018

Ohio-based commercial electric vehicle maker Workhorse, announced this week that it started production of its NGEN-1000 all-electric delivery van. expand full story

Workhorse Stories June 15, 2018

Parcel delivery companies are all starting to look at electric vehicles to reduce their operating costs and their impact on air pollution.

UPS is arguably leading the way on that front as it orders a fleet of 1,000 electric vans from Workhorse as it latest electrification effort. expand full story

Workhorse Stories March 29, 2018

Loveland, Ohio-based truck maker Workhorse, probably better known within the EV community for its plug-in electric W-15 pickup truck, is starting to put its new electric van, N-Gen, on the road this week.

An undisclosed delivery company is operating the electric van in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Workhorse Stories February 22, 2018

UPS has several ongoing electrification efforts to convert its massive fleet of delivery vehicles and today, they announced a new step in their partnership with Workhorse to build 50 all-electric delivery trucks. expand full story

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