Volvo Trucks has received an order for 100 electric trucks from DFDS.

One of the largest shipping and logistics companies in Northern Europe; DFDS has previously purchased a total of 125 heavy electric trucks from Volvo, with the new order bringing the total to 225.

From left to right: Roger Alm, President Volvo Trucks, Niklas Anderson, Executive Vice President, Logistic Division at DFDS

Currently, there are 95 Volvo electric trucks in operation throughout Sweden, Lithuania, Denmark, Belgium and the Netherlands, with a further 30 vehicles set to be delivered over the course of 2024.

Roger Alm, President Volvo Trucks, said:

I am very proud to continue our close partnership with DFDS. This order for an additional 100 Volvo electric trucks is proof of their trust in our company.

The big increase of DFDS’ electric truck fleet shows that zero-emissions transport is a viable solution here and now.

The new trucks will be rolled out in nine markets across Europe, including the UK, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands and Sweden. With the latest purchase, DFDS currently holds the largest fleet of heavy-duty electric trucks in Europe.



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