Mack Trucks
Mack Electric

Mack adds two new full-service EV infrastructure partners

Nov. 28, 2023
Mack Trucks teams up with InCharge Energy and Blink Charging to expand its Turnkey Solutions program.

Mack Trucks has expanded its Turnkey Solutions program for battery-electric vehicle customers by adding two new full-service partners, InCharge Energy and Blink Charging.

These partnerships are two of four that Mack Trucks currently has with charging infrastructure development companies. The Turnkey Solutions program is an end-to-end fleet management service for all aspects of developing infrastructure, including charging hardware, software, site design, obtaining permits, installation, utility coordination, and equipment maintenance. Mack has two electric offerings: the Mack LR Electric and the Mack MD Electric.

"Mack Trucks is focused on simplifying the transition to BEV for our customers to help increase the adoption rate of sustainable transportation," said Jonathan Randall, president of Mack Trucks North America. "We have our own team dedicated to e-mobility solutions, and through the Turnkey Solutions program, we've established a holistic program to support the charging needs of our customers."

Recognizing that customers interested in transitioning to EV can find it overwhelming to plan for and implement charging infrastructure, Mack developed the Turnkey Solutions program. Customers can choose which partner to bundle charging hardware and services with purchasing their vehicle from InCharge Energy, Blink Charging, Gilbarco Veeder-Root, or Heliox based on their unique needs.

See also: Mack offers 'pay as you go' financing on new MD Electric trucks

"We look forward to powering the MD Electric and the Mack LR Electric vehicles for Mack customers," said Steve Kelley, chief commercial officer of InCharge Energy. "With our innovative hardware offerings, industry-leading charge management software platform to maximize vehicle uptime and minimize charging costs, and experienced in-house service technicians at the ready to ensure smooth operations, our partnership with Mack ensures that the expanding population of electrified fleets will have guaranteed availability for the most seamless transition to more sustainable transportation."

"We applaud the efforts of Mack for their forward-thinking in advancing fleet electrification, and we are excited to be selected as a charging partner in their Turnkey Solutions program, providing reliable and advanced charging solutions," said Jim Nemec, chief revenue officer at Blink Charging. "Building a dependable charging infrastructure is vital in keeping electric fleets operational and on the road. We look forward to continuing to work with Mack as they move to bring e-mobility to fleets around the country."

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