Workhorse Group has launched its W750 production in Union City, Indiana, and declared Smyrna Truck as the first Certified Electric Vehicle dealer in Georgia, bolstering its commitment to zero-emission commercial vehicles.
Workhorse Group Inc., a leading American technology firm specializing in the development of zero-emission commercial vehicles, has announced the onset of its W750 production at the Union City, Indiana facility. Alongside this significant milestone, Workhorse has also declared a strategic partnership with Smyrna Truck, marking it as its first Certified Electric Vehicle (EV) dealer in the state of Georgia.
Why It Matters
These advancements underscore Workhorse’s continuous progress in its product roadmap and strategic growth initiatives. The production of the W750, and the new partnership with Smyrna Truck, signifies an expansion of Workhorse’s customer network and demonstrates a shared commitment towards delivering reliable, safe electric vehicles. Furthermore, the partnership with Smyrna Truck, renowned for its high-quality truck equipment, is a step towards growing the electric vehicle market footprint.
Workhorse’s Certified Dealer Program, initiated in March 2023, aims to build a verified network of dealers, equipped to handle the repair and maintenance of the electric components in the company’s vehicles. Workhorse provides extensive training, both hands-on and online, including technical sales training, to its dealers under this program.
Smyrna Truck, a Fouts Bros Inc. subsidiary and a family-owned business since 1952, operates a massive 700,000 square foot facility in Milledgeville, Georgia, and another in La Grange, Texas. This partnership aligns with the company’s mission of embracing the growing and significant electric vehicle market, marking a pivotal moment in the company’s history. The collaboration amplifies Workhorse’s endeavor in the EV sphere and its commitment to its zero-emission commercial vehicles mandate.