Nikola: Heniff Transportation shows interest in 100 electric trucks

Nikola: Heniff Transportation shows interest in 100 electric trucks-shows

Step by step, Nikola seems to be fighting his way back into e-mobility. At least that’s the impression you get when you look at the news situation over the past few weeks. After the last 100 hydrogen trucks were sold, there is an agreement with Heniff Transportation Systems, LLC to initially purchase 10 Nikola Tre electric trucks, which can be expanded to 100 electric trucks.

Heniff Transportation is not acquiring the electric trucks directly from Nikola, but through Thompson Truck Centers, a member of Nikola Corporation’s sales and service network. The agreement between Heniff Transportation and Thompson Truck Centers is a fleet-as-a-service model, with Thompson handling the sales, service, maintenance and power infrastructure to operate the Nikola Tre electric trucks. Deliveries are expected to begin in the first half of 2022.

As Nikola states in its accompanying announcement, after the successful commissioning of 10 vehicles for the transport of bulk materials, another 90 vehicles are to be added to the Heniff fleet. With almost 100 networked locations nationwide and more than 2.000 tractor units, the company’s integrated freight network is unprecedented and would see at least a first partial electrification by Nikola.

“The Nikola dealer network is a key component in delivering innovative zero-emission products to our customers. Thompson will provide the sales, parts and service solutions for the Nikola trucks purchased from Heniff, as well as the associated electric vehicle charging infrastructure. This agreement aims to be a true turnkey solution, with the goal that Heniff Transportation can realize zero-emission transport with world-class dealer support.— Pablo Koziner, President of Nikola Energy and Commercial

Bob Heniff, CEO of Heniff Transportation, describes the collaboration as follows: “After a visit with Nikola‘s management team, a tour of the new production facility in Coolidge, Arizona, and a test drive of the Nikola Tre BEV, we felt the power to performance, the technology and the quality of the vehicle impressed. We see this partnership with Nikola and Thompson as a means to accelerate our strategy to electrify our fleet and to bring positive benefits to our customers, communities, employees and stakeholders.”

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2 thoughts on “Nikola: Heniff Transportation shows interest in 100 electric trucks”

  1. Your idol will get a hard butt because his arch-enemies Rivian and Nikola are working the market where he originally wanted to be first. Wanted. The Nikola are already being built. Incidentally, also in this country.

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  2. @David

    as long as “whoever” orders 100 trucks,
    Tesla but at the same time a deal for 100.000 vehicles with a heart.

    As long as GM has to recall all delivered Bolts and can deliver a total of 26 vehicles in Q4,
    Tesla but at the same time with over 900.000 deliveries gives the lie to every analyst in the world.

    As long as Porsche has to experience the biggest recall in its company history with its Taycans and at Mercedes 500.000 Premium customers should not use their vehicles – and no one knows how long these vehicles have to wait for the spare part,
    Tesla but because of a possibly failing back camera from the advertising-financed world press as security risk is displayed

    As long as you believe with your Porsche a quick car to drive,
    Tesla but with the Plaid Model S powdered the Porsche Round Record on the Nordschleife

    As long as I do not worry about the company Tesla, who will only increase the so-called “Teslajager” or “Teslakillans” in the next few years &# 128521;

    Time wants Tell

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