Fuso Ecanter is already rolling in 16 countries

Fuso Ecanter is already rolling in 16 countries-rolling

With further deliveries of the fully electric light-truck Fuso Ecanter in the second quarter 2021 Daimler Truck drives the transformation for CO2-neutral transport. That’s out of a message. Overall, since the beginning of the small series 2017, Fuso has now delivered more than 250 Ecanters to customers in Europe, Japan, the United States and New Zealand. Further deliveries should succazive.

The Fuso Ecanter is the first fully electric light truck of Daimler Truck in small series. As a 7.49 ton vehicle with a range of over 100 kilometers, a maximum speed of 80 km / h and a capacity of 129 kW he predestined for green inner city distribution traffic, it says.

After launch at the beginning of the year, Rhyner Logistik integrated another Swiss logistics company in June the Fuso Ecanter into his fleet, says Daimler Truck. The company uses the electric light truck in the city center of Zurich: “For the fine distribution we need vehicles, which also come to the aim in winding situations quickly and safely,” Rhyner boss Stefan Greub is quoted. “The Ecanter even fits in underground garages and its electric drive brings clear advantages in the stop-and-go traffic of the metropolitan centers.”

The British company Warburton also relies on electromobility with the locally emission-free Ecanter. The largest bakery brand of Great Britain supplies around 25 different customers – mainly in the center of Manchester. Compactness paired with an excellent turning circle, be a clear advantage of inserts in the city center, the company says.

In addition, the Fuso Ecanter is now even used as an electric beer truck in the Netherlands. In July, the world-famous Dutch brewery Heineken received a modified version with a rear tank for up to 3000 liters of beer. The brewery uses the vehicle for supplying local cafes and bars in the city center of Amsterdam. In the second quarter, DB Schenker, largest e-fleet of Fuso, received more Ecanter vehicles, according to Daimler Truck.

The success of the Ecanter continues to continue on his home market in Japan. Here are the light trucks for general cargo transport in the city of Matsuyama. You are according to company information the first electric trucks in the region Shikoku. Five ecanes are in use for a test phase in New Zealand. Overall, the car is in use with customers in 16 countries worldwide.

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