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07 03 2019 01

The Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn will supply its customers in Amsterdam with electric transporters in the future. In a first step, 25 vehicles from the existing fleet of more than 400 VW Crafters were converted by Orten to electric drives.

The conversion specialist from Wittlich in Rhineland-Palatinate states that the vehicles converted from diesel to electric drive have a “remaining payload of around 1,300 kg and a range of around 130 km”. This is sufficient to master the customer’s logistical requirements.

Together with its partner EFA-S (ElektroFahrzeuge Stuttgart), Orten Electric-Trucks has meanwhile converted a large number of electric vehicles – including many special vehicles such as a dump truck for Bochum, a 7.5-ton truck for the Dinkelacker brewery or a heavy-duty truck for the Fraunhofer IVI.

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