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BrightDrop Announces Walmart As New EV Customer and Expands Collaboration With FedEx at CES

In just one year since the company’s launch, BrightDrop starts 2022 with strong momentum from substantial EV reservations
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FedEx has signed an agreement with BrightDrop reserving priority production for 2,000 electric delivery vans over the next few years. This agreement adds to FedEx’s initial reservation of 500 BrightDrop EVs announced last year. In addition, FedEx is working on a plan to add up to 20,000 more in the years to follow, subject to further negotiations and execution of a definitive purchase agreement. FedEx also unveiled plans to expand its testing of BrightDrop’s EP1 electrified container to 10 markets beginning in 2022.

Charging Ahead: FedEx Receives First All-Electric, Zero-tailpipe Emissions Delivery Vehicles from BrightDrop

FedEx and General Motors’ BrightDrop reach major milestone in effort to electrify last-mile deliveries
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MEMPHIS, Tenn., December 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ – FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) today received its first five of an order of 500 electric Light Commercial Vehicles (eLCVs) from BrightDrop, the new electric delivery and logistics business from General Motors (GM). The introduction of BrightDrop’s all-electric, zero-tailpipe emissions vehicles into the FedEx fleet is an important step in the company’s goal to take its global operations carbon neutral by 2040.

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