Fastenal has selected ZEVX, a provider of intelligent electric vehicle (EV) systems, for an operational trial to convert pickup trucks in its fleet to EVs. ZEVX develops battery electric power systems and data intelligence for e-mobility applications. The company has a series of battery electric powertrain and power system products that migrate Class 2 to 5 commercial fleet assets and auxiliary power systems to zero carbon.
“With so many vehicles in operation around the world, we want to be a driver of innovation and efficiency in commercial transportation," said Kevin Larson, Fastenal's VP of Transportation, in the press release. "We're constantly looking at new solutions like the ZEVX technology to help move the industry forward and potentially accelerate our own carbon reduction journey."
With a proof-of-concept stage complete, the news represents a six-state trial utilizing the ZEVX premier battery electric powertrain and power system products to repower up to 16 Fastenal vehicles in 2023.
Headquartered in Gilbert, AZ, ZEVX focuses on intelligent EV systems powering commercial Class 2 to 5 vehicles, power takeoff, reefer refrigeration and EV infrastructure such as charging stations. The company has a series of battery electric powertrain and power system products that can migrate commercial fleet assets to zero carbon.