Event Volvo Trucks to speed up the transition to electric

Evento Volvo Trucks per accelerare la transizione all'elettrico

Volvo Trucks organized global on-line event non just to answer the common questions, but also highlight the important business aspects of electromobility.

Volvo Trucks is addressing the urgency to fast-forward the transformation to electric transports and with this global on-line event nel October 12th, they aim to show how to go electric and inspire transport companies to get started.

With this initiative we want to encourage transport buyers and hauliers to take their first important steps towards electromobility. Offering fossil free transport will be a key to staying competitive – says Roger Alm, President Volvo Trucks.

Evento Volvo Trucks per accelerare la transizione all'elettrico
Roger Alm, President Volvo Trucks, tillsammans med Jessica Sandström, SVP Global Product Management.
Bild. Magnus Gotander,Bilduppdraget.
Press picture , free to use. By AB Volvo

Volvo Trucks started production of electric trucks already in 2019. Since then, the urgency to fight climate change has grown even more.

We are the forerunners in electric transports and are working hard to initiate this very necessary technology shift. Now many pieces in the puzzle are coming together, making it possible for more hauliers to dramatically lower their CO2 emissions. This event will explain how it can be done – states Roger Alm, President at Volvo Trucks.

In addition to Volvo Trucks President Roger Alm and company experts, the event will include representatives from large transport buyers, such as Amazon and IKEA, as well as executives from the transport companies DFDS in Europe and Manhattan Beer Distributors in the United States. Political encouragement can have a great impact on the speed of implementation and the event will also highlight the massive governmental incentive program that has been launched in Germany to kick off electromobility.

Source: Volvo Trucks

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