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Workhorse, UPS Test Drones to Deliver Medical Supplies

The tests, which were also conducted by Virginia Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) and DroneUp, evaluated the commercial drone industry’s ability to assist the U.S. healthcare system during the coronavirus crisis.

UPS Testing Electric/Autonomous Yard Tractors in England

UPS has begun testing the suitability and durability of Gaussin electric vehicles, which also have autonomous driving capability, to move semi-trailers and containers on the grounds of UPS’s advanced-technology freight hub in London.

Q&A: XOS' Gio Sordoni Talks Going Electric

HDT recently sat down with XOS COO and Co-Founder Gio Sordoni at the company’s North Hollywood facility to discuss the future of electric trucks in both the medium- and heavy-duty industries.

Drones are Delivering the Future

Drones are popping up everywhere, including in package delivery fleets. Workhorse Group is currently in the testing phase with its drones for use with the company’s electric delivery trucks.

Commentary: Electric on the Cheap?

With a new twist engineered by giant United Parcel Service and the tiny Cincinnati-based Workhorse Group, once a Navistar property, the electric hybrid is looking better than it has in quite some time.

UPS Goes Green With Workhorse

UPS purchased 125 new technology hybrid-electric delivery trucks manufactured by Workhorse Group Inc., as part of a broader program to deploy electric-powered vehicles with greater range and performance.

UPS Goes Green with Workhorse

The all-new hybrid-electric delivery vehicle will deliver 400 percent of the fuel economy of a comparable gasoline-powered vehicle, and features the truckmaker’s E-GEN technology.

'Big Brown' Turns Green

The familiar brown UPS truck fleet operates one of the country’s largest alternative-powered vehicle fleets. The company’s strategy includes deploying a mix of vehicles in its 1,600-unit AFV fleet.