Electric Last Mile Solutions, Inc. announced it has shipped its first Urban Delivery units to customers, according to the company’s press release.
This signals the launch of the first commercial Class 1 EV in the U.S. market.
“This launch and delivery marks a key milestone for Electric Last Mile Solutions, our partners, and our shareholders,” said James Taylor, ELMS co-founder and CEO. “We are now delivering our transformative and sustainable EV solutions to commercial customers and solidifying our first-mover status in the segment.”
The Urban Delivery EVs are from ELMS’ production facility in Mishawaka, Indiana. They were shipped to Randy Marion Automotive Group as part of a binding purchase order for 1,000 units.
“Supported by a seasoned workforce at a plant that has produced American icons, ELMS has positioned itself at the vanguard of the commercial electrification movement,” Taylor said. “We now look forward to continuing our momentum and ramping to mass production to meet our customer demand.”
ELMS’ business model helps the Company to bring to market commercial EVs along with connected and customized solutions.
Originally posted on Fleet Forward
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