However, to maintain its stature, the entire industry — truck manufacturers, fleet managers, and other logistics companies — will have to transform to meet the demands of the future.
As a result, the trucking industry is in the early stages of a technological shift, with a particular focus on transitioning fleets from diesel to electric energy.
And leading logistics companies are following suit, increasingly incorporating e-trucks into their operations: UPS announced that it will collaborate with Workhorse Group to deploy 50 electric delivery trucks, for example.
In The Electric Truck Report, Business Insider Intelligence will size the e-truck market and identify the core drivers that will lead to e-truck adoption.
The companies mentioned in this report are: Anheuser-Busch, ChargePoint, DHL, Daimler, Element Fleet Management, FedEx, PepsiCo, Tesla, UPS, Volkswagen, Workhorse Group, and Vion.