Volta trucks, A leading Engineering company that manufactures and offers services to Zero commission electric trucks, has verified that it has appointed Paneltex- the UK-based Vehicle bodybuilder, as the ambient cargo boxes supplier for full-electric Volta Zero. The announcement of the agreement took place at the CV Show in Birmingham, UK, and it primarily applies to the 16- and 18-tonne Volta Zero variants. This event took place at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, UK, From May 24-26, 2022.

Volta Trucks is attempting to invent improved integrated solutions that minimize time to market, boost technical functionality, and achieve maximum payload through deeper integration of the box and cab/chassis to innovate in the commercial vehicle market. This approach to vehicle design promotes the company’s Truck as a Service model by assuring that acceptable replacement vehicles are always available, ensuring that customers’ reliability is maintained. Earlier, Volta trucks signed an agreement with Steyr Automotive to manufacture fully electric volta zero in Austria. 

The green energy sector is familiar ground for Paneltex. Paneltex delivers to the business a diverse range of manufacturing techniques and high-quality products based on its thirty years of engineering experience. Paneltex’s creative design and manufacturing processes are exceptionally well suited for this collaboration with Volta Trucks since the company produces thousands of vehicle bodywork, vehicle body kits, and portable cold stores each year from six specialized factories across the UK.

The Volta Zero is the first full-electric 16-tonne Truck designed specifically for urban logistics, decreasing the environmental effect of freight delivery in city centers. The Volta Zero, built from the ground up with a pure-electric range of 150 to 200 kilometers (95 to 125 miles), is expected to save 1.2 million tonnes of CO2 by 2025.

Volta Trucks is the leading manufacturer and service provider for full electric trucks. The company has its headquarters in Stockholm and Sweden. Founded in 2019, The company aims to produce the safest trucks for the cities.