GreenPower Motor Company Inc., a preeminent manufacturer, and distributor of dedicated all-electric, zero-emission medium to heavy-duty vehicles, announced the appointment of Piedmont Truck Center as its exclusive dealer for commercial vehicle sales and service in North Carolina’s Triangle area.
Why It Matters
This strategic move signifies a significant milestone for GreenPower and its mission of providing zero-emission vehicles to various sectors including cargo and delivery, shuttle and transit, and school buses. The partnership with Piedmont Truck Center, a reputable commercial truck dealer established in 1965, amplifies GreenPower’s reach in North Carolina, a key market in the industry.
- Piedmont Truck Center has over five decades of experience, with a focus solely on selling and servicing trucks.
- Piedmont Truck Center collaborates with four distinguished manufacturers in the commercial truck industry: Ford commercial trucks, Western Star (a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America), TICO terminal trucks, and Dennis Eagle refuse trucks.
- The newly forged partnership with GreenPower Motor Company aligns with Piedmont Truck Center’s commitment to providing zero-emission solutions for their customers’ businesses, as stated by Scott Pharr, President of Piedmont Truck Center.
- Claus Tritt, GreenPower’s Vice President of Medium-Duty and Commercial Vehicle Sales, expressed enthusiasm about working with Piedmont Truck Center, applauding their commitment to quality, productivity, integrity, and community.
This new partnership marks an exciting period of growth and expansion for GreenPower, and it also contributes positively to Piedmont Truck Center’s portfolio of environmentally conscious commercial vehicle solutions. GreenPower’s commitment to providing the highest quality all-electric, purpose-built products, and excellent service aligns well with Piedmont Truck Center’s values and mission, positioning both companies for future success in the commercial vehicle industry. This alliance will enable more businesses in North Carolina to transition towards sustainable, zero-emission transportation solutions, underscoring a shared commitment to environmental stewardship.