GreenPower launches truck body business

March 8, 2024
California-based manufacturer’s new GP Truck Body entity offers a complete line of truck bodies, including refrigerated boxes, built for electric vehicles

INDIANAPOLIS—GreenPower Motor Company recently launched a new truck body entity, GP Truck Body, that offers a complete line of truck bodies, including refrigerated boxes.

The California-based manufacturer revealed the new business during NTEA’s Work Truck Week here at the Indiana Convention Center.

“The launch of GP Truck Body signifies our commitment to customer satisfaction, consolidating our services into a seamless one-stop shop experience for buying and manufacturing,” Brendan Riley, GreenPower president, said in a news release. “By combining our business units under the GreenPower brand, we continue to provide unmatched expertise as an EV manufacturing company that possesses the level of know-how required for building truck bodies tailored specifically for electric vehicles.

“Our goal is to be the trusted partner our customers rely on to meet all their business requirements. With GP Truck Body now part of the GreenPower business unit, we can achieve this goal while strengthening our market influence.”

The new business also offers dry freight bodies, aluminum stakebeds, steel and aluminum flatbeds, and service bodies. GreenPower specializes in producing and distributing purpose-built, all-electric, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles for the cargo and delivery markets, the company said. With the launch of GP Truck Body, GreenPower now covers “every stage of the fleet experience.”

“Dealing with a single manufacturing entity will increase the ease of doing business and ultimately the overall ownership experience,” said Claus Tritt, GreenPower vice president of medium-duty and commercial vehicle sales. “The customer has one place to go for its ordering, delivery and service and warranty needs.”

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