Wabash has developed a lightweight composite technology, EcoNex Technology, for use in truck bodies and trailers that will integrate with Bollinger’s Class 4 electric chassis cab, according to Bollinger.
“Wabash’s EcoNex composite technology reduces the amount of electricity needed to maintain cold temperatures,” explained Mark Ehrlich, VP of new business development at Wabash. “The all-electric truck we’re developing with Bollinger Motors will be highly efficient with more uptime and less charging compared to conventional construction.”
The offering includes:
- Weight savings due to Wabash’s lightweight EcoNex composite technology.
- Electrification of customer fleets using Bollinger’s all-electric chassis cab.
- Increased total payload capacity due to lower overall truck weight.
- Breakthrough improvement in thermal efficiency compared to conventional design.
- Overall cost savings due to weight savings and thermal efficiency.
“I’m excited to help ‘green up’ the journey from farm to table,” said Robert Bollinger, founder/CEO of Bollinger Motors. “We’re confident Wabash’s expertise in commercial transportation, combined with Bollinger’s leadership in Class 4 electrification, will deliver a superior product for customers looking to reduce their carbon footprints.”