Volvo Trucks gets largest VNR Electric order

By Mike Brezonick13 April 2021

Volvo VNR Electric Quality Custom Distribution (QCD) will deploy 14 Volvo VNR Electric models in its Southern California last-mile delivery routes by the end of 2022. The trucks represent the largest single purchasing commitment of Volvo VNR Electric trucks to date. More details are available at newpowerprogress.com.

Volvo Trucks North America announced that Quality Custom Distribution (QCD), a national food service logistics supplier, will deploy 14 Volvo VNR Electric models in its Southern California last-mile delivery routes over the next two years. The trucks, manufactured at Volvo Trucks’ New River Valley plant in Virginia, represent the largest single purchasing commitment of Volvo VNR Electric trucks to date.

Volvo Trucks said it will begin delivering the Class 8 electric trucks to QCD this fall to operate out of its distribution center in Fontana, Calif.

“Earlier this month, we delivered QCD’s first VNR Electric to be used in its first-class distribution and logistics services,” said Peter Voorhoeve, president, Volvo Trucks North America. “With this exceptional commitment to deploy an additional 14 Volvo VNR Electric trucks, we are pleased that QCD has chosen to continue its longtime partnership with our organization to achieve its sustainable freight transportation goals.”

More details are available at New Power Progress.

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