Tresa Motors secures pre-order of 1000 trucks from JFK Transporters

JFK Transporters will benefit from early access to Tresa’s electric trucks, enhancing its fleet's performance and efficiency.

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Tresa Motors secures pre-order of 1000 trucks from JFK Transporters

Tresa Motors, India’s first OEM manufacturer of medium and heavy electric trucks, has secured a pre-order of 1000 trucks from JFK Transporters, a logistics company. 

JFK Transporters will benefit from early access to Tresa’s electric trucks, enhancing its fleet's performance and efficiency, the companies. 

Rohan Shravan, Founder CEO, and CTO of Tresa Motors said, "This partnership underscores our shared commitment to reducing carbon emissions and paving the way for a cleaner, more efficient, and more environmentally responsible transportation industry."

Adil Kotwal, Managing Director of JFK Transporters Pvt Ltd said, "JFK Transporters has always been at the forefront of embracing sustainable practices. By incorporating Tresa Motors' advanced electric trucks into our fleet, we are taking a significant step towards achieving our goal of reducing our carbon footprint while maintaining the highest standards of operational efficiency and safety."

Tresa trucks claims to deliver exceptional power with a maximum torque of 24000Nm and a top speed of 120 km/h, supported by a 300kWh battery allowing for a quick 15-minute charge time (10-80% SOC).

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