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Xos Inc., a Los Angeles-based manufacturer of fully electric Classes 5-8 commercial vehicles, announced it signed an agreement to deliver three Xos electric step vans to UniFirst Corp. in a test program with potential for additional vehicle purchases for use across the United States.
“Partnering with UniFirst is an important step forward in our long-term growth plans to expand electric delivery trucks into novel market segments while supporting fleet operators in a diverse set of industries across the country,” said Giordano Sordoni, Xos’ co-founder and chief operating officer.
Wilmington, Mass.-based UniFirst manufactures its own branded workwear, protective clothing and floor care products.
Xos is proud to announce our newest strategic partnership with @UniFirst_Corp! Decarbonize the roads, decarbonize the laundry loads. $NGAC #poweredbyxos #ev #thefutureiselectric #sustainability https://t.co/bfioMimsAD pic.twitter.com/OGHGUfbfB1
— Xos (@xostrucks) June 23, 2021
With 260 service locations, over 300,000 customer locations and 14,000 employees, the company says it outfits more than 2 million workers each business day. — Transport Topics
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