The Volvo Group worked with lawmakers and other interested stakeholders to provide input that was reflected in the Act.
Partnership to bring public charging infrastructure to medium- and heavy-duty North American customers.
Roman Iustin, a Volvo Group engineer, will be CEO of the new startup.
Volvo Group, Daimler Truck and the TRATON GROUP have completed the final step in forming this joint venture.
Volvo will collaborate with CALSTART’s Drive to Zero network to accelerate zero-emission commercial vehicle adoption.
Currently, Carlson is president and CEO as well as board chairman of Veoneer Inc., and board chairman of Autoliv.
The aim is to accelerate the build-up of charging infrastructure to support EU’s climate neutral transformation.
FourKites tracks more than 1 million shipments daily across 176 countries, with year-over-year growth of more than 120%.
The automaker plans to further reduce its white-collar workforce globally by approximately 4,100 positions.
In a first step, the intention is to establish a global technology partnership and to create a stronger, combined heavy-duty truck business for Isuzu Motors and UD Trucks in Japan and across international markets.
Autotech Ventures is a venture capital firm located in Silicon Valley managing more than $200 million that focuses on the $3 trillion ground transportation sector.
Working together with Samsung SDI, Volvo Group aims to accelerate the speed of development and strengthen the long-term capabilities and assets within electromobility, to benefit its customers in different truck segments and markets.