The Baie-D’Urfe, Quebec-based fleet will use the Kenworth T680E model in drayage operations to transfer goods from the Port of Montreal to area warehouses. - Photo: Kenworth

The Baie-D’Urfe, Quebec-based fleet will use the Kenworth T680E model in drayage operations to transfer goods from the Port of Montreal to area warehouses.

Photo: Kenworth

Kenworth announced Sept. 9 that Camionnage CP is the first company in Canada to order the zero emissions Kenworth T680E battery-electric vehicle.

Camionnage CP is a transport, storage, distribution, and fulfillment company serving the greater Montreal area. The Baie-D’Urfe, Quebec-based fleet will use the Kenworth T680E model in drayage operations to transfer goods from the Port of Montreal to area warehouses. The initial order is for one T680E.

Designed for pickup and delivery, regional haul and drayage applications, the T680E is available as a day cab as either a tractor or straight truck in a 6x4 axle configuration. The new model is offered in 54,000 lb. and 82,000 lb. gross vehicle weight ratings.

The Kenworth T680E is equipped with 536 hp continuous power and up to 670 hp peak power and 1,623 lb-ft of torque and has a top speed of 70 mph. The zero emissions vehicle has an operating range up to 150 miles, depending on application. The T680E uses the industry standard SAE CCS1 charge port and can be fully charged in as little as three hours. Kenworth’s Class 8 battery electric vehicle features Meritor’s Blue Horizon 14Xe tandem electric powertrain with smooth shifting and operation.

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